Earlier 19th century; house rised to 2-storey 1865. 2-storey and basement, rectangular-plan grain mill; complex made L-plan by 2-storey, 3-bay miller's house adjoined to SE built on falling ground. Mill; rubble msonry, droved and margined dressings, piended slate roof. House; rubble masonry including some red sandstone at earlier parts, droved and margined dressings, stugged and margined at upper floor, slate roof; 4-pane sash and case windows, dormerheaded at 1st floor; plain bargeboards, exposed purlin and rafter ends; corniced ashlar ridge stacks, uniform cans with love-heart motif vents.
S ELEVATION: house to right; boarded door to centre approached by steps, window to left and right, 2 windows to 1st floor. Mill to left (kiln); opening at ground level, blocked opening at main floor level, 4-pane window to 1st floor.
E GABLE: door to basement, window to ground floor, brick lean-to left.
W ELEVATION: segmental-arched cart entrance to centre right, window to right, low entrance to wheel chamber to left, 2 windows above to ground floor, door to far left, window to outer left, low stone steps advanced at left angle; 4 small boarded windows to 1st floor; remains of cowl at roof ridge over kiln to right.
N ELEVATION: mill gable to right, blank, 2 glazed windows tp 1st floor left return elevation; large pentice-roofed bay to re-entrant angle, modern boarded porch and windows, further window, cart opening; small window to ground floor centre of house, larger window to 1st floor. INTERIOR: mill; wheel and all machinery intact. House; some original chimneypieces, boarded dado to ground floor room and landing, boarded staircase.