FARMHOUSE: Earlier 19th century with later additions. Single storey and attic, irregular-plan farmhouse. Random rubble, stugged ashlar dressings, slate roof. Single 4-pane sash and case windows; deep eaves with plain bargeboards; brick end stacks rising through eaves.
S ELEVATION: door to centre right with fanlight and later porch, gabled dormerhead breaking through eaves above; window to right, dormer; window to left.
E ELEVATION: single storey, piend-roofed bay with door and 2 windows advanced from gable.
W GABLE: window to ground and attic floor.
N ELEVATION: later stairwell bay advanced to centre, lattice-paned window, half-piended roof; bay to right re-entrant angle with window and swept roof.
INTERIOR: no special features.
GARDEN WALL: round-coped rubble garden wall to S.
STEADING: near rectangular-plan steading of different periods, consisting of early 19th century cart-shed and granary to N, 2 earlier 19th century ranges to E and W, late 19th century cattle court to centre, stable dated 1896 to NW angle, modern buildings masking N elevation of cart-shed range. Rubble, ashlar dressings (some red sandstone), shuttered concrete stable, piended and gabled slate roofs.
S ELEVATION: 4 gables, 2 at centre partially boarded, blank to left, piended with door and granary opening to right.
W ELEVATION: 3-opening implement shed to right with timber columns, 3-bay stable to left.
E ELEVATION: various doors, 2 granary openings.
INTERIOR: square-headed cart-arches; original feeding troughs; hecks; trevises.