Late 18th century, large 2-storey farm steading built as
hollow square. All harl pointed rubble with tooled rubble
dressings. 3-bay south frontage paired segmental headed
arched bays with square loft vents above, flanked to SW by
later projecting gabled bay with 2 rows pigeon flight holes
with continuous alighting ledges in gable. South elevation
fronted by high walled courtyard divided as 2 by wall with 2
front and single side entrance.
Long 2-storey east return devation with high segmental headed
entrance to inner court and with further loft vents above.
Further enlarged entrance with double doors. Within inner
court the west side furnished with further segmental headed
arched bays, probably sheepfolds. Byre and stable
accommodation. Slated piended and gabled roofs.