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Latitude: 55.8676 / 55°52'3"N
Longitude: -2.9673 / 2°58'2"W
OS Eastings: 339560
OS Northings: 664245
OS Grid: NT395642
Mapcode National: GBR 70QL.CG
Mapcode Global: WH7V7.DS66
Entry Name: Pathhead, 75-77 (Odd Numbers) Main Street
Listing Date: 14 September 1979
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 395101
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB47767
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Midlothian East
Traditional County: Midlothian
Earlier 18th century. Two 2-storey (2 and 3-bay) bay traditional houses, extended to rear. Modern pebbledash finish, painted ashlar cills and surrounds.
SW (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: No 75: 2-storey, 2-bay; replacement modern shopfront; off-centre door; tall window to left, large plate glass window to right; retractable sun awning to ground floor; advertising fascia dividing storeys; 2 single windows to 1st floor; advertising board between.
No 77: 2-storey 3-bay; coloured pebbledash; central doorway; replacement modern glazed door; single windows flanking, boxed retractable fabric sun awning above each; advertising fascia dividing storeys. 3 single windows to 1st floor; advertising board to right.
SE (SIDE) ELEVATION: blank gable, plain skews; heavy coursed stone stack, cope, pair of octagonal cans.
NE (REAR) ELEVATION: gabled extensions of varying heights and age
NW (SIDE) ELEVATION: abutting No. 73.
INTERIOR: original floor plan lost, modern shop interior; No. 75 mini market, No 77 butcher's shop; residential accommodation to 1st floor and rear.
The village of Pathhead grew considerably during the latter part of the 18th century, almost doubling in size. This was due to advanced farming techniques and the introduction of industry (mines, quarries and lime kilns) to the area. Pathhead grew again at the beginning of the 20th century, with the introduction of Local Authority Housing to its southside, whilst the main street remained relatively unchanged. This run of buildings is one of the earliest surviving in the main street.
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