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CHRISTIE PARK LODGE, Christie Park, corner Main Street and Park Street, Alexandria. 

ACCESS : Within Christie Park. The building can be approached, but not entered. 

Listed B (together with the park). 


The lodge was designed by James Miller in 1902 along with the park layout and gateway. The listing text tells us that it is a 2-storey, L-plan Scottish 17th century revival lodge with single storey wing at rear, adjoining modern store. The additions link to the original section with a wall and gateway forming an intimate courtyard. 

The lodge and the park were a gift of John Christie and this is deicated on a stone plaque integral with the facade stoneork. It reads : THIS PARK WAS GIFTED TO THE INHABITANTS OF THE PARISH OF BONHILL BY JOHN CHRISTIE ESQ : OF JOHN ORR EWING & CO. ALEXANDRIA 5TH JULY 1902. 

BRITISH LISTED BUILDINGS with maphttps://britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/200389604-lodge-christie-park-alexandria-bonhill/photos/74052#.X-X8WXpxdPY

GEOGRAPH.ORG : https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2971157

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