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27 Primrose Bank Road, Edinburgh

A Category C Listed Building in Edinburgh, Edinburgh

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Latitude: 55.9789 / 55°58'44"N

Longitude: -3.2104 / 3°12'37"W

OS Eastings: 324564

OS Northings: 676874

OS Grid: NT245768

Mapcode National: GBR 8K4.66

Mapcode Global: WH6SD.NZFC

Plus Code: 9C7RXQHQ+HR

Entry Name: 27 Primrose Bank Road, Edinburgh

Listing Name: 27 Primrose Bank Road, with Boundary Wall and Gatepiers

Listing Date: 25 February 2000

Category: C

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 394097

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB46740

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Edinburgh

County: Edinburgh

Town: Edinburgh

Electoral Ward: Forth

Traditional County: Midlothian

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Circa 1895. 2 storey, 2-bay T-plan Arts and Crafts cottage, perhaps by Hippolyte Blanc. Snecked and squared bull-faced red sandstone with polished dressings; projecting base course; bracketted overhanging eaves with bargeboarding.

N (PRIMROSE BANK) ELEVATION: jerkin-headed bay to left; corniced tripartite window with projecting cornice above to ground floor, bipartite window in gable above; trefoil decoration in bracketted bargeboarding. Bipartite windows at ground and 1st floors in right bay, breaking eaves in swept roof above.

E ELEVATION: entrance in lean-to slate-roofed wooden porch, small window under eaves above; single window at ground floor to left.

S (REAR) ELEVATION: narrow bay to left with single windows at ground and breaking eaves with swept roof at 1st floor. Advanced central bay with pitched roof to W and S, gable to E; single windows at ground and breaking eaves above to W, later French doors to S; rear entrance in single storey pitch-roofed extension to right.

Regular fenestration, predominantly 9-pane above, plate glass below in timber sash and case windows. Graded grey slates with terracotta ridge. Asymmetrically placed corniced stone stacks with circular cans.

BOUNDARY WALL AND GATEPIERS: ashlar gatepiers with chamfered corners and corniced pyramidal caps.

Statement of Interest

The land upon which this house stands was originally intended for a manse for Wardie Church, but was sold in 1889 by the Managers in order to raise money for the building of the church.

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