Later 19th century. 2-storey, essentially L-plan, gabled farmhouse. Stugged snecked rubble, stugged ashlar dressings with droved margins, slate roof. Cast-iron ventilator grilles diagonally set in margined ashlar blocks at ground level to S and E elevations; single and paired windows, gable dormerheads breaking through eaves other than at principal gables, plate glass sash and case glazing, hoodmoulds with label stops; deep eaves with exposed purlin ends and plain bargeboards; cast-iron rainwater goods, ridge and end stacks with tall cans.
W ELEVATION: gable at right with single storey entrance porch advanced at left, window, panelled door with fanlight and stepped hoodmould to right return, gabled to each elevation; window to right and at 1st floor; window to left return elevation 1st floor; recessed bay to left, later lean-to at re-entrant, window to 1st floor; single storey L-plan service block recessed to far left, door and various windows, piended roof.
S ELEVATION: 3-bay. Centre bay, window to ground floor, dormerheaded window 1st; slightly advanced gable to right; canted window with chamfered margins and half-piended roof to ground floor, bipartite to 1st; gable to left; bipartite to ground floor, single window to 1st.
E ELEVATION: 2 windows to ground floor, window to gable at 1st floor left, 2 dormerheaded windows to right; single storey lean-to block to far right with 2 windows and lean-to.
N ELEVATION: border-glazed stair window to right of irregular M-gable; partly masked by lower service block.
INTERIOR: not seen.