Moray HER - NJ13NE0093 - MAINS FARM, BALLINDALLOCH CASTLE

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Primary ReferenceNJ13NE0093
NameMAINS FARM, BALLINDALLOCH CASTLE
NRHE Card No.NJ13NE4
NRHE Numlink 239259
HES SM No.
HES LB No. 8451
Site Form Standing Structure
Site Condition Complete 2
Details Former mains farm, stable and cart shed, built in circa 1800 within Ballindalloch Castle designed landscape (NJ13NE0004), now in residential use. It is shown on the 1st edition OS map as being a long range with a double quadrangular-plan steading to the north, a pond to the south and four other associated buildings. On the 2nd edition OS map the northern range of the steading has been partially removed and one of the associated buildings also removed. Current OS maps show the steading to the north has been almost entirely removed, leaving only sections of the southern ends, all but one of the associated buildings have been removed and the pond infilled, although the area of the pond is still depicted as an enclosure. The B-listed long range is a symmetrical west facing single storey and loft, 9-bay stable range. Grey rubble built walls with contrasting tooled pink granite dressings. Slightly advanced and pedimented central three bays with three round-headed cart sheds and loft windows over (one with 8-pane sash window). Flanking 3-bay stables with centre doors. Piended loft entrances break the wallhead in the north and south gables and piended slate roof.
Last Update06/05/2021
Updated Bycpalmer
CompilerNCA
Date of Compilation01/01/2014

Easting: 317944.438359545, Northing: 836740.677889007

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National Grid Reference: NJ 1794 3674



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Monument Type 1Monument Type 2Monument Type 3OrderProbability
STEADINGS REMAINS OFB100
STABLES  C100
CARTSHEDS  D100
PONDS INFILLEDE100
FARMSTEADS  A100
BUILDINGS SITE OFF100