Early 19th century. Quadrangular farm steading with 2-stage tower; much altered, NE and SE ranges still relatively intact. Harled, with Turriff sandstone margins.
NE ELEVATION: 2-storey range with 2 stage pedimented tower to centre, segmental-arched vehicular pend at ground, with loft above, band course, keystoned, segmental arched doorway with boarded door to 2nd stage, pediment above with clock by W Roger, Banff. Corniced apex die. Flanking 3-bay ranges now asymmetrical; windows at ground, smaller hayloft windows and loading doors breaking eaves in dormerheads above.
Modern, segmental arch vehicle pend to outer right.
SE ELEVATION: almost symmetrical, on rising ground; central loading door at 1st floor with, flanking louvred windows. 3 segmental cart-arches to outer bays, grouped to each end of elevation (2 to outer left blocked). Courtyard and other ranges with modern slappings.
Grey slates, coped skews and stacks.