William Burn, 1829. Single storey, asymmetrical gabled cottage.
Stugged variegated pink ashlar. Chamfered reveals and cills. Deep overhanging eaves.
S (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: 3-bay, bay to right advanced. Gabled porch at centre in re-entrant angle, formerly open, now with later glazed and timber infill; segmental arch to S with Tuscan column to left; panelled door. Canted window with ashlar half-piend roof in broad gabled bay to right. Window in advanced panel in bay to left.
W ELEVATION: 2 gabled bays. Canted window with ashlar half-piend roof in bay to right. Blocked narrow window in bay to left.
E ELEVATION: advanced lop-sided gable. Blocked door to right. Enlarged window at centre and window to left.
N ELEVATION: panelled door to outer left, with later small opening flanking to right. Window at centre and to right of gabled bay at centre. Window to right.
Largely 4-pane glazing pattern in sash and case windows, some 2-pane. Rendered diagonally-placed ridge stack at centre. Purple-grey slates.
Gabled ashlar outbuilding and rubble garage to NE.