Leadbetter and Fairlie. 1907. Irregular butterfly-plan,
2-storey, gabled house with Scottish vernacular detail.
Harled with red sandstone dressings. Entrance on north west
elevation with single storey, canted porch set in angle
formed with south west wing; deeply recessed door with outer
moulded architrave; stone balustrade above. Secondary
entrance in shallow advanced gabled bay on opposite side of
courtyard. Corbelled angle turret at south west. Stepped
string course forms cills to 1st floor windows, all 12-
pane sashes. Window above main entrance with pedimented
gabled head. Some 1st floor windows with gabled heads, some
with swept roofs, windows in all gable ends. Most gables
crowstepped. Slate roofs. Low storage range. Channelled
gatepiers with ball finials, cast-iron gates with fleur-
de-lis and thistle finials.