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Latitude: 56.0554 / 56°3'19"N
Longitude: -3.6299 / 3°37'47"W
OS Eastings: 298589
OS Northings: 685930
OS Grid: NS985859
Mapcode National: GBR 1R.QDGT
Mapcode Global: WH5QW.62Q4
Entry Name: Culross, Sandhaven, Mint Lea
Listing Date: 19 July 1973
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 359836
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB23992
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: West Fife and Coastal Villages
Traditional County: Fife
18th century. 2-storey, 6-bay, rectangular-plan house. Modern (mid-later 20th century) extension to rear. White coloured render; painted ashlar window and door surrounds. Sandstone rubble elsewhere.
S (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: 2 ground floor windows to left; 2 1st floor windows centred above. Entrance door to right; 3 ground floor windows to left. 3 1st floor windows to right. Chamfered surrounds to most windows and door. Timber trellis porch.
W ELEVATION: adjoins Myrtle Bank.
N ELEVATION: ground floor window to right; 1st floor window above left. Single storey extension to left; pebble-dash; door in right return; window to left.
E ELEVATION: 1st floor window to left.
12-pane timber sash and case windows with horns below eaves at 1st floor. Replacement door. Pitched roof; slate to principal elevation; replacement pantiles to rear; crowstepped gables. Coped gable apex stacks; polygonal cans. Pebbled strip to ground at S.
INTERIOR: modern interior. Modern timber steps opposite front door (probably original position).
The tall rubble wall in the garden to the N is the remains of a former building, which is depicted on the 1860 OS Map. The road which runs behind the Town-House and in front of Mint Lea is probably the route of one of the original roads of medieval Culross as the Firth of Forth came up to the Sandhaven area prior to reclamation in the late 19th century. For brief history of Culross Burgh see Culross, The Cross, The Study.
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