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Latitude: 55.799 / 55°47'56"N
Longitude: -2.1249 / 2°7'29"W
OS Eastings: 392270
OS Northings: 656201
OS Grid: NT922562
Mapcode National: GBR F1LD.S1
Mapcode Global: WH9Y9.BHDR
Plus Code: 9C7VQVXG+J3
Entry Name: 12 Foulden Holdings
Listing Name: 11 and 12 Foulden Holdings
Listing Date: 24 January 2000
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 393902
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB46570
Building Class: Cultural
County: Scottish Borders
Electoral Ward: East Berwickshire
Traditional County: Berwickshire
Dated 1859 with later additions and alterations. Symmetrical, single storey, 5-bay, rectangular-plan block comprising 2 2?-bay cottages; lean-to additions at rear. Tooled, predominantly pink sandstone rubble; tooled cream sandstone quoins; cream brick dressings (glazed in part). Corbelled eaves to front with chevron detail to frieze; billeted eaves to gable ends. Brick surrounds to chamfered openings; chamfered sandstone cills. Harled rear additions.
W (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: segmental-arched window at centre; timber panelled doors in flanking bays; segmental-arched windows to outer right (No 11) and left (No 12).
S (SIDE) ELEVATION, NO 11: gable end with round-arched attic light centred in gablehead; quoin dated '1859' to left. Single window in lean-to addition projecting to outer right.
E (REAR) ELEVATION: single windows flanking centre; lean-to additions projecting to outer left (No 11) and right (No 12).
N (SIDE) ELEVATION, NO 12: gable end with round-arched attic light centred in gablehead; single window in lean-to addition to outer left.
Windows predominantly boarded up. Grey slate roof with fishscale banding to front; plain banding at rear; stone-coped skews; beak skewputts. Corniced apex and wallhead stacks; circular cans. Corrugated-iron roofs to rear additions.
INTERIORS: not seen 1999.
Empty 1999. An unusually-detailed, decorative block, particularly notable for its cream brick dressings. The central window is split internally between each cottage. Bears some similarity to the farmhouses at Moorpark and Foulden Bastle - see separate list entry for the former.