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Country House (Period Unassigned)

Site Name Grange

Classification Country House (Period Unassigned)

Alternative Name(s) Grange House

Canmore ID 49238

Site Number NT07NW 64

NGR NT 00028 78768

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council West Lothian
  • Parish Linlithgow
  • Former Region Lothian
  • Former District West Lothian
  • Former County West Lothian

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Grange, 1904-9, J N Scott & A Lorne Campbell

A magnificent expression of confidence, Grange bestrides Airngarth Hill, displaying an accomplished re-use of the 17th-century Scots Renaissance details of the second Scots revival. Designed for Henry Moubray Cadell, it is a lovely place; harled with stone dressings, and all the necessary ingredients - open pediments, crowsteps, datestones, crest and balusters. Lavishly furnished interior - plaster ceilings, marble chimneypieces, splendid wood panelling. Conservatory, parterre, rhododendrons, architects' office and terraced ornamental gardens sunk into the hillside.

Taken from "West Lothian: An Illustrated Architectural Guide", by Stuart Eydmann, Richard Jaques and Charles McKean, 2008. Published by the Rutland Press

Archaeology Notes

NT07NW 64.00 00028 78768

NT07NW 64.01 00006 78859 Stables Cottage

NT07NW 64.02 00031 78733 Terrace and Loggia

NT07NW 64.03 00001 78708 SW Pavilion

NT07NW 64.04 00062 78707 SE Pavilion

NT07NW 64.05 00005 78859 Stables

NT07NW 64.06 00014 78859 Garage

NS97NE 198 99868 78697 Walled Garden

Site recorded during a desk-based assessment and field survey of a proposed pipeline route running from the proposed Mossmorran Offtake Station to the proposed End Terminal at BP Grangemouth.

Incorrectly quoted as NS 0003 7877 The Grange building and grounds (Incorrectly quoted as NS07NW 64).

Two detailed reports will be lodged with the NMRS.

Sponsor: Penspen Ltd.

C McGill 1998.

Architecture Notes


Design for the first scheme for Grange.

Scott and Lorne Campbell. Set of six plans.

Insc: 'Airngath-Linlithgowshire'. Pencil anotations give dimensions, room use and alterations.

This set on tracing seems to be the office copy, one remaining plan from the client's set has been retained with it.

Pencil and colour wash. (550 x 700)

At this stage the principal entrance front was on the W front.

(see B78395, B78396, B78401 - B78405)

Final scheme for Grange

Two perspective sketches by J.N. Scott and A. Lorne Campbell nd c.1906 Pencil (266 x 407)

(see B78418, B78424)

Working drawings for Grange

Set of 13 working drawings for Grange by Scott and Lorne-Campbell. Office drawings. Insc: 'New Mansion House - Linlithgowshire for H.M. Cadell Esq.' s&d: '44 Queen Steet Edinr. 1907' Pen and watercolour on linen. (500 x 665)

(see B78373, B78381, B78390, B78393, B78400, B78410 - B78417)


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