Early 19th century. 2 storeys, set on slope. Elevation to
Kirk Street rendered with painted margins, broad angle
margins, lined as ashlar. Band course at ground floor level.
Central corniced door, altered shop window and door recessed
in angle to left; 3 1st floor sash windows; some 12-pane
glazing survives. Eaves course, cornice, blocking course
and central wall head pediment with apex stack. Elevation to
Wellbrae: 5 bays, 2 in gable at right. Painted rubble
and margins. Off-centre door with tall 6-pane fanlight, shop
door and window to left, 2 sash windows and shop window to
right. 4 1st floor sash windows, and small attic window in
right bay. Eaves course over 3 left bays. End stacks. Slate
roof, piended at north west. One surviving square-plan
painted ashlar gatepier at north west with corniced cap.