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25 Belmont Street, Aberdeen

A Category B Listed Building in Aberdeen, Aberdeen

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Latitude: 57.1469 / 57°8'48"N

Longitude: -2.1016 / 2°6'5"W

OS Eastings: 393953

OS Northings: 806223

OS Grid: NJ939062

Mapcode National: GBR SBY.ZT

Mapcode Global: WH9QQ.PMGH

Plus Code: 9C9V4VWX+P9

Entry Name: 25 Belmont Street, Aberdeen

Listing Name: 25 Belmont Street

Listing Date: 12 January 1967

Category: B

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 354638

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB20129

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Aberdeen

County: Aberdeen

Town: Aberdeen

Electoral Ward: George St/Harbour

Traditional County: Aberdeenshire

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Late 18th century. 2-storey and attic, 4-bay former townhouse now bar and restaurant on sloping ground with later 3 bays to principal (E) elevation and earlier 19th century bay to left, bowed at rear (W) elevation. Roughly squared and snecked granite rubble with raised polished ashlar quoins and cills.

Irregular fenestration to principal elevation. Triple height bowed outshot to rear with conical roof with curving tripartite dormer at apex; further pair of piended, canted dormers to right. Small attic window to S gable.

12-pane timber sash and case windows. Grey slate, pitched roof. Ashlar skews and skewputts. Broad gable end stacks with moulded octagonal cans; further ridge stack at line of original gable end. Cast-iron rainwater goods.

INTERIOR: Seen (2006). Comprehensively modernised.

Statement of Interest

No 25 is a fine example of an early town house and a valuable addition to Belmont Street's wide variety of interesting buildings. Originally comprising 3 bays, the building was extended by a further bay in the early 19th century with raised quoin stones dividing the later addition from the original. At this time, the bowed addition to the rear was added, making a significant contribution to the wider townscape when viewed from Union Terrace on the opposite side of the Denburn. Belmont Street was open pasture running alongside the Denburn until the 1770's from which point it was feued for building and construction took place rapidly on the site.

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