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Tigh Na Geat, Pass Of Killiecrankie

A Category C Listed Building in Moulin, Perth and Kinross

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Latitude: 56.7257 / 56°43'32"N

Longitude: -3.7746 / 3°46'28"W

OS Eastings: 291508

OS Northings: 760746

OS Grid: NN915607

Mapcode National: GBR KB1Y.9PH

Mapcode Global: WH5MH.Z6RT

Plus Code: 9C8RP6GG+75

Entry Name: Tigh Na Geat, Pass Of Killiecrankie

Listing Name: Atholl Road, Tigh-Na-Geat Including Ancillary Buildings

Listing Date: 5 March 2001

Category: C

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 394951

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB47618

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Moulin

County: Perth and Kinross

Electoral Ward: Highland

Parish: Moulin

Traditional County: Perthshire

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Early 19th century, possibly incorporating earlier fabric. 2-storey, 3-bay, rectangular-plan traditional house with rustic porch. Harled.

W (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: symmetrical. Gabled porch to centre bay at ground with tree-trunk columns and boarded sides, 2-leaf panelled timber door and 5-part fanlight. Windows in flanking bays and 3 regularly disposed windows at 1st floor breaking eaves into gabled dormerheads with pendant finials.

S ELEVATION: blank gabled elevation with lower lean-to bay at outer right.

N ELEVATION: blank gabled elevation.

E ELEVATION: later single storey wing projecting from 1st floor to higher ground at rear.

4-pane glazing pattern in timber sash and case windows. Grey slates. Harled stacks with cans. Overhanging eaves with plain bargeboarding.

ANCILLARY BUILDINGS: 2 rectangular-plan, slated, rubble ancillary buildings to E and N, that to E with timber door and small window, that to N with 2 broad doors.

Statement of Interest

'Tigh-na-Geat' (formerly 'Tigh-na-teud') meaning 'house of the harp string' is traditionally thought to have been the house of a ferryman who mended a harp string for Mary Queen of Scots when she passed through Moulin en route to Blair Castle in 1564. Clearly this must refer to an earlier building on the site remnants of which may be incorporated. An early photograph shows turned finials on each of the dormer windows.

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