Burghmuir Farm & Steadings
Renovation of farmhouse and steadings in West Lothian
Proposed restoration and renovation of early 19th century listed farmhouse, horse mill, steadings and outbuildings in Linlithgow, West Lothian.
The existing outbuildings and listed octagonal horse mill need immediate attention to avoid loss of important architectural features. Cream sandstone and Whinstone rubble walls remain vastly throughout with a round headed arch to the old cart shed, red pan tile roofs with grey slate eavescourse .Little remanence of the original cast iron red painted guttering and down pipes offer a glimpse into the character of this small holding
Client: Private Client
Designer: Craig Sutherland, Euan Miller
The cream sandstone rubble listed farmhouse settled to the north access of the site, fronts the A903 and consists of a storey and a half with typical 12-pane timber sash and case windows, grey slate with large overhanging eaves, bull faced corniced sandstone chimney stacks to east and west gables.
Full restoration is proposed throughout where still possible, modern steading development with three quarter base stone/render and timber. Restored red pan tile roofs with grey slate to eaves. The main pedestrian courtyard to be retained and separate access to the north west of the farmhouse