Archibald Cleland contracting mason. Built 1777-8 (dated
1777, 1828, 1870, 1965 on modern door lintel), 2-storey 3-bay
former manse, built on slope, with basement to north east.
Rubble-built with ashlar dressings, all painted, with
contrasting margins. South west elevation: (rebuilt) central
doorway; 12-pane sashes; band course between floors;
cornice; blocking course; end stacks on ramped plinths;
piended and platform roof with graded slates. North east
elevation also 3 bays; 2 basement doors; single dormer with
finial and ornamental barge boards. Simple
gatepiers; curved quadrant walls with coping; all ashlar.
Outbuilding to south.