Late 19th century. 2-storey, rectangular-plan former coach house/ stable. Bull-faced snecked rubble, grey slate roof. Single windows, large cross windows to 1st floor, chamfered reveals to original openings, various new and enlarged openings, out-of-character uPVC frames throughout; uPVC door to W elevation and out-of-character timber doors to E elevation; deep eaves, decorative bargeboards to gables at E; tall stacks with corniced parapets.
E ELEVATION: square-headed carriage entrance to left (blocked as modern door and window), segmental-headed carriage entrance to right (blocked as modern glazed sliding doors) flanked by window to left and at lean- to to right, L-plan forestair to centre leading to gabled entrance porch with tripartite window at 1st floor, stack rising from left roof- pitch, window to left, large dormerheaded window to far left.
S GABLE: modern door and window.
N GABLE: full width, pentice-roofed bay at ground floor, modern window to 1st.
W ELEVATION: 2 doors and various window to ground floor, 3 windows to 1st floor with paired gables breaking through eaves with large cross windows and central stack.
BOUNDARY WALL: round-coped rubble wall and blocked pointed arch footage extending E from N gable, rubble boundary wall extending S from W elevation.
INTERIOR: not seen.