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Edinburgh, Cammo House, Home Farm

Clubhouse (20th Century), Farmhouse (20th Century), Farmstead (20th Century)

Site Name Edinburgh, Cammo House, Home Farm

Classification Clubhouse (20th Century), Farmhouse (20th Century), Farmstead (20th Century)

Alternative Name(s) Cammo Home Farm; 37 Cammo Road; Cammo House Policies; Cammo Estate; Cramond Brig Golf Club; Cammo Park

Canmore ID 115201

Site Number NT17SE 62.07

NGR NT 17705 74914

Datum OSGB36 - NGR

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/site/115201

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Administrative Areas

  • Council Edinburgh, City Of
  • Parish Edinburgh (Edinburgh, City Of)
  • Former Region Lothian
  • Former District City Of Edinburgh
  • Former County Midlothian

Archaeology Notes

NT17SE 62.07 17705 74914

Cammo Home Farm [NAT]

OS 1:10,000 map, 1989.

Architecture Notes

NMRS REFERENCE:

Plans:

Dick Peddie and MacKay, Edinburgh new

Bin 23, Bag 1 Murphy and Kinross 44 Hanover Street n/d

Dick Peddie and MacKay, Edinburgh new

Bin 31, Bag 3 Murphy and Kinross n/d

Dick Peddie and MacKay, Edinburgh, details

Bin 25, Bag 2 Murphy and Kinross n/d

(Undated) information in NMRS.

Activities

Standing Building Recording (13 November 2012)

AOC Archaeology Group was commissioned by Cala Homes East Ltd to undertake a programme of historic building recording and archaeological works prior to the demolition of the C Listed early 20th century former Golf Club house at 37 Cammo Road, Edinburgh. The building was constructed in in 1908 by architects Bailey Scott Murphy and David Morton Kinross as the Cramond Brig Golf Club to the east of the Cammo House Estate. It has fine Arts and Crafts detailing with large chimney stacks, overhanging eaves and visible timber framework. However, due to lack of use it has been left to neglect and, at the time of survey, was in an extremely poor condition.

Diana Sproat (AOC Archaeology Group) 2012.

Information reported in Oasis (aocarcha1-137518)

Watching Brief (21 November 2016 - 23 November 2016)

AOC Archaeology Group was commissioned by David Paton Consultancy on behalf of Mr & Mrs Shimwell to undertake an archaeological watching brief on the site of the demolished Cammo House at 37 Cammo Road, Edinburgh as part of a condition on the planning application for development. No archaeological finds or features were uncovered during the lifting of the floor slab related to the former building.

Information from Diana Sproat (AOC Archaeology Group) 2 February 2017. OASIS ID: aocarcha1-275123

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