Range of early to mid 19th century farm buildings, both
domestic and agricultural.
Byre: to south west of item 2a. Mid 19th century, 2
compartments, the western probably later; each rubble-built
with coarse lime mortar joints and roughly dressed quoins.
Central entrance on north elevation, 4 windows on south, one
now reduced in size. Pitched roof, formerly thatched, now
Former Cottage and Byre: to west of item 2a. Probably early
29th century. Drystone walls built with roughly projecting
base courses and very roughly dressed quoins. 3 unequal bays,
entrance in eastern section. 1 window in each remaining bay
on south elevation. Elementary roof trusses, thatched roof.
Garage, Former Byre: to north west of item 2a. Early 19th
century. Drystone walls with very roughly dressed quoins. 2
bays with entrances in each on south elevation. Large cart
entrance now slapped in east gable end. Small ventilation
hole in west gable. Simple roof trusses, thatched roof.