Early 18th century. 2-storey, 5-bay house, subdivided, and in
terraced pair. Harl pointed red rubble sandstone with some
ashlar dressings retained; cement rendered and lined to N
N ELEVATION: symmetrical. Door at centre, probably heightened,
with strip fanlight; low windows in flanking bays and to each
bay under eaves at 1st floor.
Largely blank E gable wall by The Wynd, with 2 attic windows
at apex, 1 blocked. 2-pane and plate glass glazing pattern
to upper and lower sashes respectively. Pantiles to steeply
pitched roof with deep slate easing course. Gable end stacks. Distinctive East Lothian skew formation.