Sunnybrae Lodge | Walkerburn

Sunnybrae Lodge is one of an identical pair of single-storey early Gothic style entrance lodges designed by Frederick Thomas Pilkington, with apse ends and triple gabled entrance porches. Adjoining the lodge on the south façade is a four-section whinstone stable range with tabbed ashlar quoins and a continuous band course. Built using squared and textured whinstone rubble with tooled ashlar dressings and sculptured details. The alterations carried out respect the character, materials and scale of the Listed building and enable it to meet twenty-first century standards for contemporary family living.

The scope of the works done include a full refit of all of the internal linings and floors, all windows and doors have been fully replaced, and new extensions to the front entrance of the lodge and to the west of the courtyard creating a large open plan kitchen. The external materials and internal finishes have been carefully considered and selected to enhance the historical features of the listed building.

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Location:

Walkerburn | Scottish Borders

 

 

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