18th century tower windmill and early 19th century horsemill
adjoining 18th-19th century courtyard steading (detached
late 19th century farmhouse to E listed separately.
Rubble-built; ashlar dressings; slate roofs. Original
machinery mostly removed.
WINDMILL: tall, battered circular tower with late 19th
century conical cap and weathervane finial: square-headed
openings: door above ground level linked by platt to upper
door of adjoining barn: horsemill adjoins at N.
HORSEMILL: circular, with full-height rectangular openings;
tall conical roof with finely graded slates.
STEADING: 1 and 2 storey ranges with lofts; some ranges
whitewashed; some brick additions. E and W ranges both
probably 18th century; former range has 2-bay cartshed in
N gable, latter adjoins windmill and horsemill. Further
ranges to N.