Mid 19th century. Quadrangular steading with single storey
and attic L-plan house incorporated in SE angle. Squared and
snecked red rubble sandstone with droved ashlar dressings.
S RANGE: segmentally arched carriage pend in raised gabled
bay-off centre to right, with blind oculus in apex. Bothies
flanking pend with 2 doorways and window to left and 1
doorway and window to right. Sliding door under eaves to
right with further window in outer bay. 5 segmentally arched
cartshed openings to left with 4 rectangular granary openings irregularly spaced above. Wide sliding doors to outer right
below granary level.
N RANGE: advanced gabled bay at centre with wide and altered
entrance. Wide openings to E and W ranges in outer bays,
breaking eaves in cat-slide roof to outer left.
E AND W RANGES: few irregular openings; hayloft on W.
S RANGE: roof pitch cut above eaves to heighten pend
entrance. Stable doorway under pend to left, forestair to
granary at right. 3 widely grouped segmental arches right of
pend with 4 granary openings above. 2 doorways left of pend.
N RANGE: rectangular opening at centre, flanked by 2
segmental archways each side with outer arches blocked.
E RANGE: 7 segmental archways, 5 of which are blocked.
W RANGE: 6 segmental archways, all blocked.
12-pane glazing to sash and case windows of S range. Pantiled
piend roof, with some corrugated asbestos to sections of
courtyard. Boarded doors and interior shutters to granary
INTERIOR: 2 droved stone chimneypieces in bothy rooms W of
piend, one with cast-iron range, other with horse-shoe grate.
S ELEVATION: doorway with chamfered arrises in re-entrant
angle with gabled bay of projecting wing to right; boarded
door with strip fanlight. Stone mullioned bipartite at
ground to advanced wing with single 1st floor light above.
Timber mullioned bipartite to outer left with 2 gabled attic
dormer windows, just breaking eaves.
N AND E ELEVATIONS: harled; ground and 1st floor window to E
gable of E-W arm.
4-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. End gable
wallhead ashlar stacks to E and W. Steeply pitched pantile
roof with raised coped skews. Former ball finials to gables
at S, one remaining.