Earlier 19th century. Single storey and attic, L-plan farmhouse with later single storey block at rear re-entrant. Rubble construction, stugged and margined ashlar dressings, purple slate roof. Windows originally 12-pane sash and case, some now 4-pane and plate glass, gable dormerheads to attic with triangular-headed windows and intersecting astragals; bracketted eaves, linked and corniced ashlar end stacks.
S ELEVATION: 3-bay, symmetrical. Gabled porch at centre, semi-glazed door with sidelights and astragalled fanlight within chamfered pointed doorcase, fanlight at inner door with pointed astragals; window to left and right, dormerheaded window to attic left and right.
W ELEVATION: gable to right, window at ground floor left; slightly lower and recessed bay to left, plate glass window to ground floor, dormerheaded window above.
N ELEVATION: original gable to right blank; door and bipartite window to later gable at left.
E ELEVATION: original gable at left with lean-to privy, later bay slightly advanced to right with bipartite window.
INTERIOR: not seen.
ENCLOSING WALL AND OUTBUILDING: rubble enclosing wall to S, E and W; pentice-roofed rubble outbuilding built into fall of ground to N.