Probably 1785 and later. Small steading group of clay (pise), rubble and brick.
CLAY BARN: clay walls with rubble extension to E and N; corrugated roof. Single storey with loft, every third joist carried through solid clay wall and pegged against timber plate at outer wall surface (see Notes). To N joists connected in pairs by short timber members stapled to joist ends.
SE ELEVATION: boarded timber door to centre, window to left under exposed joist ends, and hayloft opening to right.
NW ELEVATION: slightly set-back bay to centre with large fixed window, small brick lean-to to outer right.
SW ELEVATION: gabled elevation with small horizontal window high up to left.
FORMER CART SHED: clay walls on stone base; slated to W, corrugated to E. Converted from low 2-storey building by removal of intermediate floor and W wall, latter replaced by brick piers with timber beams supporting roof.
SE ELEVATION: gable end with 5-hole pigeon loft in gablehead.
SW ELEVATION: 2 broad timber filled openings with flanking brick piers.
NW ELEVATION: blank gable.
NE ELEVATION: largely blank with lean-to outshot to right.
E AND N RANGES: low clay range to E (adjoining clay barn) raised in rubble and extended N (19th century); slated.
S ELEVATION (E RANGE): variety of openings, all with boarded timber doors or blocked; set-back bay to right with broad 2-leaf door under brick relieving arch and small hayloft openings; projecting gable to outer right with loft door in gablehead.
W ELEVATION (N RANGE): slightly lower range with slappings and partly raised in brick.