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30 Main Street

A Category C Listed Building in Dunlop, East Ayrshire

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Latitude: 55.7124 / 55°42'44"N

Longitude: -4.535 / 4°32'5"W

OS Eastings: 240838

OS Northings: 649466

OS Grid: NS408494

Mapcode National: GBR 3F.F256

Mapcode Global: WH3PQ.9PQ4

Plus Code: 9C7QPF68+X2

Entry Name: 30 Main Street

Listing Name: 30 Main Street with Boundary Wall, Gates and Railings

Listing Date: 3 March 2005

Category: C

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 397946

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB50087

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Dunlop

County: East Ayrshire

Electoral Ward: Annick

Parish: Dunlop

Traditional County: Ayrshire

Tagged with: Architectural structure

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1876. 2-storey, 3-bay, T-plan, former schoolmaster's house with gabled bays to front and rear, gabled dormers and bipartite windows. Squared, tooled, snecked sandstone. Base course. Chamfered window openings. Central 2-leaf timber-boarded front door with fanlight in shouldered, chamfered architrave to S (front); bipartite window to left; gabled dormers breaking eaves at 1st floor; advanced gable to right with bipartite windows at both floors. E (side) elevation: blind gable to centre; fenestrated bay to right with gabled dormer at 1st floor. N (rear) elevation: advanced gable to left with single-storey gabled service wing advanced at ground; flat-roofed, 20th century extension to re-entrant angle; staircase window above; bipartite window and gabled dormer to right. Blind gable to W.

Timber sash and case windows with plate glass glazing to S and predominantly 4-pane glazing to rear. Shouldered wallhead stacks with some short clay cans. Ashlar-coped skews. Graded grey slate.

INTERIOR: half-glazed timber panelled lobby door with decorative frosted glass. Cast-iron stair balusters with mahogany handrail. Plaster ceiling roses in hall, and principal ground-floor rooms. Moulded cornices and timber-panelled interior doors throughout.

BOUNDARY WALLS, GATEPIERS AND GATES: saddle-coped random rubble boundary wall with spear-headed railings. Cast-iron foot-gate with cast-iron gatepiers; late 20th century 2-leaf gates to vehicle entrance

Statement of Interest

Formerly the schoolmaster's house for the adjoining school, which was built in 1876 following the Education Act of 1872. The school has been much altered, but few alterations have been made to the house, and it retains its original glazing. The house occupies and prominent position on Main Street, and forms an important part of the streetscape. Number 33, opposite, was the previous schoolhouse, and contained combined accommodation for teaching and the schoolmaster's living quarters. Number 30 provided an increased standard of living for the schoolmaster in terms of space, privacy and decorative fixtures.

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