1796, 2-storey, 3-bay manse made L-plan by sizeable
addition. Robert Brown 1837, deeper 3-bay gabled wing.
S elevation of rubble whinstone other elevations harled,
with grey ashlar dressings. Ashlar base course and
eaves cornice to S.
S ELEVATION: symmetrical, 3-bay, arcaded facade; flush
panelled door with fanlight. Ashlar dressings to mock-
arcade at ground with moulded string course at
impost level. Single storey piend-roofed projection to
outer right with single window.
E ELEVATION: 2 bays of original house east-facing, with
gable of 1837 addition to left. Projecting later
rectangular porch. Stair window above and ground floor
window to right enlarged. Ground and 1st floor windows
to gabled addition, with blocked window and extension to
outer left. W gable of 1837 with 3 ground floor windows
and 2 1st floor to outer bays.
12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. Slate
roofs. Gable wallhead stacks, rendered and lined as
ashlar at original house, ashlar to later; moulded
INTERIOR: tiled vestibule. Panelled window shutters.
Rubble retaining walls. Pyramid capped square ashlar
gatepiers to SE with rubble quadrant walls. Drum piers
to former stables at NE.