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Hugh Miller's Cottage, Church Street, Cromarty

A Category A Listed Building in Cromarty, Highland

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Latitude: 57.68 / 57°40'47"N

Longitude: -4.0308 / 4°1'50"W

OS Eastings: 278999

OS Northings: 867381

OS Grid: NH789673

Mapcode National: GBR J8FF.6CH

Mapcode Global: WH4FM.17V9

Plus Code: 9C9QMXH9+XM

Entry Name: Hugh Miller's Cottage, Church Street, Cromarty

Listing Name: Church Street, Hugh Miller's Cottage

Listing Date: 25 March 1971

Category: A

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 359366

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB23588

Building Class: Cultural

ID on this website: 200359366

Location: Cromarty

County: Highland

Town: Cromarty

Electoral Ward: Black Isle

Traditional County: Cromartyshire

Tagged with: Cottage

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Dated 1711, harled. Low 2 storeys, east front, 4 windows and
2 doors at ground floor, 3 windows at first floor. Thatched
roof. Some of the windows exceptionally small.
Dwarf wall to garden with spearhead cast-iron railings.
In garden, sundial carved and initialled by Hugh Miller.

Statement of Interest

Dated on marriage lintel inside house. Built by John Fiddes,

Grandfather of Hugh Miller.

Property of National Trust for Scotland.

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