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Latitude: 56.3319 / 56°19'54"N
Longitude: -4.7226 / 4°43'21"W
OS Eastings: 231772
OS Northings: 718832
OS Grid: NN317188
Mapcode National: GBR 0F.5119
Mapcode Global: WH2KL.F3CQ
Plus Code: 9C8Q87JG+QX
Entry Name: Glenfalloch Lodge Including Stable, Inverarnan
Listing Name: Inverarnan, Glenfalloch Lodge Including Stable
Listing Date: 4 May 2006
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 398299
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB50325
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Trossachs and Teith
Traditional County: Perthshire
Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Planning Authority
Probably dating from the earlier to mid 19th century, Glenfalloch Lodge is a large 3-bay 2-storey and attic stone L-plan house with a substantial lower 2-storey wing to the rear. It is a simple house which retains much of its architectural character, including a traditional glazing pattern - an increasing rarity in the area. Part of the history of the local area, Glenfalloch Lodge is the estate house for Glen Falloch Estate, at one time a Breadalbane property. Unusually for the area, the house retains all its stacks and polygonal cans.
The principal (East) elevation is predominantly symmetrical and has a central pitched roof projecting stone porch with a chamfered opening. There is a 6-panel 2-leaf timber door with a simple 5-pane rectangular fanlight above. Above are a pair of tripartite dormers. The South gable is rendered and blank save for an attic window. The North elevation is treated rationally and consists of a 2-bay gabled section to the left and the recessed lower 2-storey rear wing to the right with 3 bays of evenly spaced windows.
There are large corniced gable stacks and a ridge stack to the rear wing all with polygonal clay cans.
Access not gained at time of resurvey (2005).
Squared and snecked stone (mostly whinstone) to the principal elevation with stugged sandstone dressings. Predominantly rubble to other elevations. Predominantly 12-pane timber sash and case windows. Graded slate.
There is a simple L-plan single storey and attic rubble stable/coach house to the South West which now includes a shepherd's bothy and laundry. Some of the openings have been altered. There are 2 timber sash and case windows with 8-pane lying pane glazing. Graded slate roof.
Known as Glenfalloch House on the 1st edition map.
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