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TITLE
Architectural Audit of Inverness: No 67 & Abertarff House, Church Street, West Side
EXTERNAL ID
PC_ARCHITECTURALAUDIT_024
PLACENAME
Inverness
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona
DATE OF IMAGE
2001
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
Robert Gordon University
SOURCE
Inverness Civic Trust
ASSET ID
21761
KEYWORDS
corbelled
steep pedimented gable
dormerhead
finial
fleur de lise
cap-house
Architectural Audit of Inverness: No 67 & Abertarff House, Church Street, West Side

At the time of writing (2010) the building to the left of this illustration is currently occupied by Hootenanny, a bar and music venue. It has an extension on the ground floor.

Abertarff House is to the right of this. Abertarff House was built in 1593 by the Frasers of Lovat and is amongst the oldest buildings in the city. It was the regional headquarters of the National Trust for Scotland in 1966 until they moved to Huntly Street. It has notable crow-step gables: a stair pattern on the sloping sides of the roof.

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Architectural Audit of Inverness: No 67 & Abertarff House, Church Street, West Side

INVERNESS: Inverness and Bona

2000s

corbelled; steep pedimented gable; dormerhead; finial; fleur de lise; cap-house;

Inverness Civic Trust

Inverness Civic Trust: Architectural Audit

At the time of writing (2010) the building to the left of this illustration is currently occupied by Hootenanny, a bar and music venue. It has an extension on the ground floor.<br /> <br /> Abertarff House is to the right of this. Abertarff House was built in 1593 by the Frasers of Lovat and is amongst the oldest buildings in the city. It was the regional headquarters of the National Trust for Scotland in 1966 until they moved to Huntly Street. It has notable crow-step gables: a stair pattern on the sloping sides of the roof.