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Latitude: 54.9898 / 54°59'23"N
Longitude: -3.2632 / 3°15'47"W
OS Eastings: 319270
OS Northings: 566862
OS Grid: NY192668
Mapcode National: GBR 5BNR.93
Mapcode Global: WH6Y6.VV84
Plus Code: 9C6RXPQP+WP
Entry Name: Bruce Street and North Street, Greenbank with Lodge, Gates and Gatepiers
Listing Date: 19 November 2001
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 395672
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB48277
Building Class: Cultural
County: Dumfries and Galloway
Electoral Ward: Annandale South
Traditional County: Dumfriesshire
Earlier to mid 19th century with substantial later additions and alterations, late 19th century. 2-storey, 3-bay villa with distinctive glazing pattern, on square plan, with ancillary projections, sited by steeply falling ground. Red sandstone ashlar; base course, dividing band course, eaves cornice and blocking course.
W ELEVATION: door off-centre right with columned and corniced doorpiece; rectangular fanlights. Full-height canted window in bay to left. Regular fenestration in bay to right.
S ELEVATION: full-height canted window to outer left by corner; windows to each floor in bays to centre and to right, and with small additional window to right of centre. 2 recessed bays of service block to outer right.
N ELEVATION: single storey additions at ground.
E ELEVATION: 2-storey square projection at centre, late 19th century.
Timber, sash and case windows with 2-pane lower sashes, and with lozenge patter to upper sashes at ground, and small-pane to 1st floor. Long wallhead ashlar stack as tablet to side elevations. Grey slate piended roofs.
INTERIOR: not inspected 2001.
GATES AND GATEPIERS: 3 channelled ashlar gatepiers to SE corner of grounds, with cornices, and squat conical finials. Decorative wrought-iron gates and gateposts.
LODGE: circa 1900 single storey mock timber-framed gate lodge. Squared and snecked red sandstone with chamfered arrises. Mock timber-framing to gableheads. 2-bay to SE, with gable at wallhead. Modern glazing. Swept eaves with barge boarding, red clay ridge tiles, grey slates.
A substantial villa sited prominently above the Quarter Cake, with distinctive glazing and fine boundary walls now in poor condition. The canted bays and the 2-storey square projection to the rear would appear to date to a substantial overhaul of the property in the late 19th century or around 1900, with the addition of new glazing and a Tudor lodge.
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