18th century. Pair of 2-storey, 3-bay houses. Coursed rubble and dry dash with stugged ashlar margins and large squared rubble quoins.
NW (MAIN STREET) ELEVATION: symmetrical. Both houses with part-glazed timber door to centre, windows in flanking bays and further windows to outer bays close to eaves at 1st floor.
NE (FOOTE?S CLOSE) ELEVATION: gabled elevation with window to outer right at each floor. Single storey wing to outer left with door to right and 2 windows to left, blank wall of outbuilding adjoining beyond to left.
SW (STRAPPER'S CLOSE) ELEVATION: window in bay to left at each floor and small window to right in gablehead; slightly recessed bay to outer right with small window under catslide roof.
SE ELEVATION: dry-dashed elevation with variety of openings, those at 1st floor small and close to eaves. Single storey lean-to bay to left of centre and single storey bay projecting to right.
12-pane glazing pattern in timber sash and case windows to principal elevations. Grey slate and Angus stone slate. Stepped ashlar skews and brick stacks with cans and thackstanes.
ANCILLARY STRUCTURES: single storey outbuilding adjoining NE elevation and single storey, rectangular-plan outbuilding to SW, both rubble with Angus stone slates.