18th century. 2-storey, 3-bay symmetrical farmhouse with single storey gabled byre adjoining S gable; additional single storey byre adjacent to N with stable disposed at right angles beyond. Random rubble walls, harled to house.
W (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: symmetrical, gabled double-doored timber porch with 2-pane fixed light centred at ground, windows at ground and 1st floors in flanking bays.
E (REAR) ELEVATION: symmetrical, 2 evenly-spaced windows at ground only.
N AND S GABLES: blank.
12-pane and 4-pane timber sash and case windows to principal elevation, 2 and 4-pane fixed-lights to rear elevation. Stone slab roof, harl-pointed rubble gablehead stacks, with stone slab copes, thackstanes, and circular cans; harled skew copes.
INTERIOR: stone-flagged floor to entrance porch; wide-boarded timber lining to walls and ceilings; 4-panel doors at ground, vertically-boarded at 1st floor; plain timber chimneypiece to S room at ground, decorative tiling to Art Nouveau cast-iron insert; open timber ceiling. Timber stair at centre; simple handrail with polygonal finials to newels. Coombed ceilings at 1st floor; boarded timber box bed in N bedroom with entrance and press doors flanking.
S BYRE: adjoining S gable of house; low S gable, timber and turf roof (partially collapsed 1997), and door centred in W wall.
N BYRE: random rubble E wall and N gable, vertically-boarded timber W wall and S gable (predominantly ruinous), some vertically-boarded internal stalls surviving, remains of turf and tarred roof.
STABLE: gabled, with rubble walls, N wall incorporating boundary wall to road; 2-bay S elevation, vertically-boarded timber door in right bay, hen hole at low level in left bay.
BOUNDARY AND KAILYARD WALLS: random rubble, E boundary wall to road, rectangular kailyard on site sloping down from house to shore at W.