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Latitude: 56.5919 / 56°35'30"N
Longitude: -3.3443 / 3°20'39"W
OS Eastings: 317542
OS Northings: 745256
OS Grid: NO175452
Mapcode National: GBR V8.TM1T
Mapcode Global: WH6PF.LKPX
Plus Code: 9C8RHMR4+Q7
Entry Name: Lochy Terrace, Greenfield Including Boundary Walls, Railings, Gatepiers and Gates
Listing Date: 4 September 2003
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 396955
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB49434
Building Class: Cultural
Location: Blairgowrie and Rattray
County: Perth and Kinross
Town: Blairgowrie And Rattray
Electoral Ward: Blairgowrie and Glens
Traditional County: Perthshire
Earlier to mid 19th century. 2-storey, 3-bay plain classical house. Stugged squared rubble with ashlar dressings, roughly squared and snecked rubble to sides and rear.
SE (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: steps up to bracketted, corniced and pilastered doorpiece with panelled timber door and plate glass fanlight to centre at ground, windows in flanking bays and regular fenestration close to eaves at 1st floor.
SW (KEAY STREET) ELEVATION: advanced gabled bay to right of centre with window to each floor at left, set-back bay to left with 2 windows to each floor.
NE ELEVATION: blank gabled bay to left of centre with window to each floor on return to right (that to ground altered to fixed glazing), set-back bay to right with small slated canopy over boarded timber door and 3-part fanlight in re-entrant angle, 2 further windows to right at ground.
12-pane and plate glass glazing patterns in timber sash and case windows. Grey slates. Coped ashlar and brick stacks with cans.
INTERIOR: not seen 2002.
BOUNDARY WALLS, GATEPIERS AND GATES: low semicircular-coped boundary walls with inset ironwork railings, square-section gatepiers with chamfered arrises and moulded copes, and decorative ironwork gate to SE. Semicircular-coped rubble and render boundary walls.
Greenfield was owned by Thomas Mitchell, after whom Mitchell Square (SE of Keay Street) was named, and was still in the Mitchell family by 1900.
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