The Corrie

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Building summary
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Name The Corrie
Address Cross Wynd, KY15 7BE
Other names Westfield[1]
Date 17th / 18th century
OS grid ref NO 25266 07356
Latitude & longitude 56°15′10″N 3°12′28″W

The Corrie, is a terraced house in Cross Wynd, Falkland. it was originally two houses - the doorway to the southern section has been blocked off, and the northern section has two entrances, one of which has a sign for "Bonnie Boo Kids" (a shop for children's clothes).

It was restored in 1970 by the NTS under the Little Houses Improvement Scheme.[2]

HES listing details[3]
Reference: LB31309 Date: 12/01/1971 Category: B
Address/Site Name

House (Mr Mackie, Formerly National Trust For Scotland), Cross Wynd

Description

NORTH SECTION: Mid 18 century 2-storey 4-window harled with margins, central wallhead gable with arched and key blocked attic window now blocked; slated.

SOUTH SECTION: Dated 16GB MH86 at lintel of door, now blocked, 2-storey 2-window harled. Both sections slated.

Statement of special interest

Cobbled pavement.

Previous uses

The property at one time (1968) included a chip shop.[1]

Extensions and reconstructions

Conservatory added.[1]

Former residents

Further references

The village Fish and Chip shop has become Bonnie Boo.[4]

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Information from occupier
  2. Watters and Glendenning, page 179).
  3. HES record for LB31309
  4. "My Family" by Jean Small on Voices of Falkland.

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