Mid/late 18th century, additions to south and to west early/
mid 19th century. Cornmill built on sloping south bank of
Pennyland Burn. 1/2 storeys with basements and lofts.
Rubble-built with ashlar dressings, all whitewashed.
Essentially 2 adjoining rectangular-plan blocks in joggled
plan, (principal) north block with 2 lower wings at west
(the larger gabled, piended low addition in re-entrant
angle; main door inserted alongside, above slope); iron
breast wheel (dated 1893) on piended north wall; single
window above. South block (raised in height perhaps mid 19th
century) has central 2-leaf boarded door on south gable only
external opening (broken mill stones as steps to latter).
Roofed with graded slates. Some internal machinery and