Mill and kiln, dated 1778, and mid 19th century miller's cottage.
MILL AND KILN: 2-storey mill with adjoining kiln, forming 3-bay range, built into bank. Coursed rubble, with some galletting at ground to W.
W ELEVATION: segmental arch to centre at ground, with date and initial plaque; WLB 1778 to right above. Windows flanking. 3 smaller windows to 1st floor, smaller ventilation openings between.
E ELEVATION: kiln to right; door at ground, window above. Ground banked to 1st floor of mill to left; loading door at 1st floor breaking eaves in piended dormerhead. Small ventilation openings under eaves.
Boarded doors, windows half with pivot shutters, with 4-pane glazing above. Grey slates, coped skews; mutual skew dividing mill and kiln. Boarded stack to kiln, vent missing.
INTERIOR: some hoisting machinery and kiln ovens survive.
COTTAGE: single storey, 3-bay T-plan cottage. Random rubble with Turriff sandstone dressings. Door to centre, windows flanking. Sash and case windows with 4-pane glazing pattern. Grey-blue renewed? slates, 3 skylights to roof. Ashlar coped skews, angled, bracketed skewputts, corniced stacks with decorative cans.