Mid 19th century. Red rubble sandstone. Single storey and
attic cottages, an L-plan trio and an L-plan single cottage.
L-PLAN TRIO: 2 2-bay cottages to S; each with doorway to left
fanlit boarded doors and stone bracketted, penticed slab porches;
stone mullioned bipartite to right, with attic windows breaking
eaves in gabled dormerheads; bays of right cottage grouped more
widely. Blank N and S gables. Single cottage forms E wing at S,
detailed as above. Each cottage with one single window to rear. Small-pane glazing pattern and grey slate; gable end and mutual
gable stacks; crowstepped gables.
L-PLAN COTTAGE: chamfered arrises to openings at front. 3-bay
to E with stone bracketted pentice slab porch to door at centre,
flanked by windows. 2 decoratively detailed timber dormers to
outer bays. Lower rear wing to S, with 2 pointed arched windows
at centre flanked by pointed arched doors on S elevation.
4-pane and plate glass glazing; grey slates and gable end
stacks; saw-tooth ashlar skews with consoled, gablet skewputts. Evidently incorporating earlier cottage.