9-11 Frithside Street, Anderson House
|Address||9-11 Frithside Street, Fraserburgh, AB43 9AB|
|Property History||Style of Archibald Simpson c.1820/35. (Neo-classical)|
This category A Listed building takes the form of a corner sandstone ashlar building, with two storey bow set behind by a couple columned ionic portico and perron.
The main entrance in the bow is approached by steps concealed by a low screen and the portico forms a large balcony on the first floor finished by an elegant cast iron balcony handrail.
For a fuller account of the building’s history, click here –Anderson House
|Proposed end use||Remains the same – private offices (Brown and McRae Solicitors).|
|Timescale||December 2020 – March 2021|
|Description of Repair Works||Comprehensive works to conserve the exterior; repairs to roof and chimney heads; repair and repainting of timberwork and ironwork; renewal of flat roof surfaces; replacement of external lighting, and professional fees.|
|Project Officer Recommendation||This is one of the best examples of fine architecture in Fraserburgh. Neo-classical style. A listed building of national significance. It stands on a prominent corner of the town centre and its repair will undoubtedly make a positive impact to the building frontage and appearance of Fraserburgh CA.|
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