Mid to later 18th century farmhouse, doubled in size by
earlier 19th century by addition of 3-bay house adjoined at
S. Red rubble with ashlar dressings, formerly harled.
18TH CENTURY HOUSE:
N (NEW) ELEVATION: 3-bay. Gabled stair bay projecting at
centre with 1886 gabled outbuilding adjoining at ground and
to left. Doorway blocked in outbuilding; addition of 20th
W ELEVATION: 2-bay with one 1st floor window blocked.
E ELEVATION: 2-bay with 2 ground floor windows, one 1st floor
19TH CENTURY HOUSE:
S (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: 3-bay, symmetrical. Pilastered ashlar
doorpiece. Panelled door with fanlight. Widely spaced
openings with larger ground floor windows. Eaves course.
W ELEVATION: 2-bay with one ground and one 1st floor window.
E ELEVATION: blank with 1st floor window.
12-pane, 4-pane and plate glass glazing pattern to sash and
case windows. Ashlar coped skews. Gable end stacks with some
early cans retained. Grey slates.
INTERIOR: tripartite vestibule screen with segmental fanlight
and tiled floor. Cast-iron stair balustrade. Skylight in
coved circular opening above stair. Simple classical timber chimneypieces. N extension to earlier house served as milk
house originally with flanking and marble shelves. 2 late
19th century enamel sinks by I and M Craig, Kilmarnock in
Rubble drum gatepiers.