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Grange Lodge Including Gate Piers And Boundary Walls, Carriden Brae

A Category C Listed Building in Bo'Ness, Falkirk

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Latitude: 56.0103 / 56°0'37"N

Longitude: -3.5759 / 3°34'33"W

OS Eastings: 301839

OS Northings: 680826

OS Grid: NT018808

Mapcode National: GBR 1T.T6MG

Mapcode Global: WH5R3.16G8

Plus Code: 9C8R2C6F+4J

Entry Name: Grange Lodge Including Gate Piers And Boundary Walls, Carriden Brae

Listing Name: Carriden Brae, Grange Lodge Including Gate Piers and Boundary Walls

Listing Date: 23 March 2006

Category: C

Source: Historic Scotland

Source ID: 398548

Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB50480

Building Class: Cultural

Location: Bo'Ness

County: Falkirk

Town: Bo'Ness

Electoral Ward: Bo'ness and Blackness

Traditional County: West Lothian

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Circa 1863. Single storey and attic 3-bay Jacobean former lodge. Predominantly squared and snecked bull-faced sandstone. Base course, saddleback coped gable parapets. Hoodmoulds, chamfered openings, stone mullions to S elevation.

S (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: central modern porch, single bay to left, advanced gable to right with blind armorial panel and ball finial.

E ELEVATION: 2-bay with central advanced chimney to full height of gable.

N ELEVATION: 3-bay with projecting 2-bay gable wing to right with blind armorial panel.

W ELEVATION: 2-bay with gable ball finial. Round-arched attic window opening.

Mixed glazing, some modern to rear, plate glass timber sash and case to S elevation right, 6-pane lying panes to left. Modern doors. Concrete roof tiles. Decorative stack to E elevation, gable end stack to N.

BOUNDARY WALLS: rubble boundary wall to E with squat square gate piers with rough pyramidal coping.

Statement of Interest

Built as a lodge for the multi-period Grange House, now much altered and currently used as a nursing home (2004). Grange House is situated to the NW and the lodge is somewhat of a curiosity as the intended road between it and Grange House was never built. It is, nevertheless, a good example of a mid 19th lodge in the then fashionable Jacobean style and has local importance as one of the few largely intact reminders of the Grange Estate in the immediate area.

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