Robert Wemyss, 1894. 2-storey, asymmetrical, gabled cottage. Rectangular-plan; built on falling ground to W. Rubble with harl
pointing and stugged bull-faced red sandstone dressings and margins. Quoins, slightly battered base course. Projecting eaves; exposed painted rafters.
W ELEVATION: 3 asymmetrical bays. Advanced bay to outer left with entrance by re-entrant angle immediately to right and advanced breast and stack to outer right. Door with lean-to timber canopy porch, supported on sandstone corbel. Narrow window to right; small bipartite at centre directly under eaves. Broad chimney breast slightly advanced to outer right, datestone 1894, tapers for stack, breaking eaves. Broad, advanced bay to outer left; bipartite at ground; bipartite, piended dormerhead breaking eaves at attic.
S ELEVATION: gable with timber bargeboard. Bipartite at ground (plate glass), small window to right. Bipartite at centre in gablehead.
4-pane over plate glass casement windows; 6-pane casement for centre attic window. Grey slate roof with lead flashings.
TERRACE AND RETAINING WALL AND RAILINGS: low rubble terraced wall with harl pointing and red sandstone slab coping. Simple cast-iron railings and gateposts.