Later to late 18th century. 2-storey end of terrace house
sited on falling ground. Warm-coloured rubble sandstone with
variety of margin dressings. Much window alteration.
E ELEVATION: 2-bay, at variety of dates 2-storey front. Door
to left with chamfered arrises; bipartite formed from original
window to right. 2 original 1st floor windows under eaves.
W ELEVATION: raised basement in fall of land. Door off-centre
to right, with flanking windows set higher and widely probably
inserted. Windows above near-symmetrical with small central
stair window, small window at left in 1st, possibly indicating
original window size.
N (GABLE) ELEVATION: largely blank; former door to outer
left blocked, formerly with forestair(?), small window
below at ground level. Small-pane glazing pattern to sash and
case windows, some 4-pane. Modern pantile roof with slate
easing course; skylight at rear. End and mutual gable stacks. OUTBUILDING: probably late 18th century. Rectangular plan
building in rubble sandstone with stugged dressings and
pantile piend roof, sited on falling ground by Gifford
Water. Carriage door to E elevation with later lintel and
flanked by modern catslide shelter to right with timber
columns. Swept dormer breaking eaves and slated on roadside