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Latitude: 56.2909 / 56°17'27"N
Longitude: -3.2289 / 3°13'44"W
OS Eastings: 324031
OS Northings: 711614
OS Grid: NO240116
Mapcode National: GBR 27.7LJQ
Mapcode Global: WH6R1.C4NP
Plus Code: 9C8R7QRC+8C
Entry Name: Kenmure, 9 Burnside, Auchtermuchty
Listing Name: 9 and 11 Burnside
Listing Date: 16 July 2004
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 397595
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB49903
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Howe of Fife and Tay Coast
Traditional County: Fife
Early to earlier 19th century with later alterations. Irregular pair of 2-storey 2-bay and 3-bay terraced houses. Predominantly whinstone rubble with margined window and door openings with stop chamfers. Bipartite windows at ground floor to No 11. Rusticated sandstone quoins to No 11.
W (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: (No 9) near-symmetrical, door to ground floor left. Opening to far left at ground blocked. Adjoins No 11 at N. (No 11) symmetrical with central door.
S ELEVATION: (No 9) blank gable, harled and painted white.
N ELEVATION: (No 11) adjoins to slightly lower No 13.
E ELEVATION: (No 9) dominated by large 2-storey 2-bay harled piend-roofed later extension. (No 11) 1-bay with single storey 2-bay wing with brick gable stack set at right angles to right with further later lower monopitch extension at right angles.
Modern aluminium windows and door to No 9. Predominantly modern windows and door to No 11. Grey slates. Large gable stacks to N and S, smaller ridge stack at division of properties.
INTERIOR: (No 11) modernised.
See also list descriptions for Nos 3 and 5, Avondale & Gasworks House, all Burnside.
These two houses form a good piece of townscape architecture that is characteristic of Auchtermuchty, particularly in the use of whinstone.
It is difficult to precisely date the houses, although there are buildings on this site on the 1st edition Ordnance Survey Map. The stop-chamfers and quoins are certainly part of later aggrandising work.
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