Late 18th century. 2-storey mill house on falling ground
with slightly later additions at oblique angle, and later
alterations. Harl-pointed red rubble with ashlar dressings,
W ELEVATION: 3-bay house with former door at centre
blocked as window. Windows in flanking bays and to each
bay at 1st floor. 2 bays at oblique angle to N, with door
to right and window above, 2 smaller windows to left bay.
2 lower storeys (former byre with hayloft?) to outer left
at N with 2 windows.
E ELEVATION: asymmetrical; 1st floor windows enlarged.
Modern porch addition at ground to outer left and modern
conservatory to outer right of house, shielded from
outbuilding by projecting screen wall. Lean-to rubble
outbuilding adjoined to S gable wall with 1st floor window
to left. 12-pane glazing pattern predominating in sash
and case windows. Grey slates; pantiled piend to
outbuilding to N. Variety of stacks to gable wallheads.