Mid 18th century. 2-storey, 3-bay farmhouse. Roughly squared
pink sandstone rubble with broad droving to quoins.
S ELEVATION: 3 bays spaced widely. Doorway at centre,
panelled door; window above and to each floor of outer
bays, 2 retaining original size.
N ELEVATION: irregular openings; door at centre.
E AND W ELEVATIONS: both gables with square, blocked
attic windows; later window at ground to E, original
windows to each floor to W, and flat-roofed single storey,
stone porch projecting.
Plate glass sash and case windows. Grey slates. Ashlar
coped skews. Gable end stacks.
RETAINING WALLS AND PIERS: coped rubble retaining walls
and quadrants to S; ashlar polygonal gatepiers with
Statement of Special Interest
Formerly flanked by 2 farm ranges to S, both removed by
1850s, and farmhouse adapted to house farm workers on Biel
Grange and Meiklerig farms. Gabled outbuilding closeby house
to SW is probably a remnant of the earlier ranges.