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Latitude: 55.9804 / 55°58'49"N
Longitude: -3.1974 / 3°11'50"W
OS Eastings: 325378
OS Northings: 677029
OS Grid: NT253770
Mapcode National: GBR 8M3.TP
Mapcode Global: WH6SD.VYL6
Entry Name: 62 Newhaven Main Street
Listing Date: 14 December 1970
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 390305
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB43709
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Forth
Traditional County: Midlothian
Early 19th century; recast and converted by Ian Lindsay & Partners, circa 1970. 3-storey, 4-bay tenement forming W end of Main Street and Pier Place. Semi-elliptical, 3-window bow end with apex stack to W and blind window to centre. Continuous stugged base course; raised and painted string course. Stugged grey sandstone to ground floor; harling and limewash to remaining floors. Raised and painted surrounds to openings. Harled and limewashed to Pier Place.
S (ENTRANCE) FACADE: 4-bay to Main Street. Timber boarded door to entry in bay to right of centre; 3-light fanlight above; single windows in remaining bays. Single windows to 1st and 2nd floors in bays to centre, right and left; blank bay to outer left.
W (BOW) ELEVATION: 3 single windows to ground floor; single windows to both floors aligned above in bays to outer left and right. Blind window to 2nd floor in central bay.
N (REAR) ELEVATION: 3-storey, 3-bay. Regularly fenestrated to all floors.
12-pane timber sash and case windows to all openings. Grey slate roof; harled wallhead stack to E; harled, stepped and coped gablehead stack to W with precast concrete copes and circular cans.
Former Marine Hotel with No 60 Main Street. Previously stuccoed with timber architraves. One of many Newhaven properties refurbished by
Ian Lindsay & Partners during the 1970s, the building displays characteristics typical to all - harled and limewashed facades and timber sash and case windows. Despite harsh detailing and standardisation, work here must be acknowledged as a pioneering attempt to conserve and improve an entire fishing village. A substantial project with a clear philosophy, it contrasts with more recent restoration attempts and thus, illustrates the differing and developing attitudes towards conservation. Previously listed as 1 and 2 Main Street.
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