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Description: 124 Greenock Road St Columba's College (formerly Northfield)
Date Listed: 8 September 1982
Historic Scotland Building ID: 37168
OS Grid Coordinates: 219792, 660910
Latitude/Longitude: 55.8078, -4.8771
In the style of David and James Hamilton. Circa 1830.
Asymmetrical 2-storey villa with Tudor details. Harled,
with ashlar dressings and porch. South elevation: 7 bays;
off-centre door behind basket-arched gabled porch; single
window above, and single windows in left bay (hood-moulded
and blind at ground floor); tall, paired, corbelled,
octagonal wall-head stack. Advanced gabled bay to right
has hood-moulded sashes with lying-pane glazing and round
-headed attic light. 3 bays beyond to right, outer with
advanced gable and lying-pane sashes. West elevation has
4 bays, 2 outer advanced and gabled; projecting ground
floor window to left and canted window to right, 1st floor
windows hood-moulded. Central ground floor sashes with
hood-moulds, 1st floor windows basket-arched eaves course
raised above and finialled. Octagonal gable-head, wall
-head and ridge stacks; gable finials. Slate roof, with
decorative ridge tiles.
This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.References:
Similar in style to Prior Lodge which was identified as
being by David and James Hamilton.
Source: Historic Scotland
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