Dated 1838. 2-storey, 1st floor breaking eaves, L-plan, gabled farmhouse. Red rubble sandstone, grey stugged and margined ashlar dressings, slate roof. Mostly timber casement windows, 8-pane sash and case at ground floor S elevation, timber mullions. Gabled dormerheads to attic; deep bracketted eaves, finialled gables, brick ridge stacks.
S ELEVATION: semi-glazed door deeply set in slightly advanced narrow gabled bay at centre, dormerheaded window above; window at ground floor left, narrow dormerheaded window above; canted window with facetted roof to right, window above in broad gabled dormerhead.
W ELEVATION: main gable to right, bipartite window to ground and 1st floor; bay to left with 12-pane window to ground floor, dormerheaded window above.
E GABLE: blank.
N ELEVATION: advanced gable to right, window to attic; low pentice- roofed bay to left return and at rear of main house, door and 2 windows, half-piended dormer.
INTERIOR: some original chimneypieces, doors and shutters, boarded dado to bathroom at 1st floor.