Perhaps 18th century, mid 19th in appearance. Single
storey, 4-bay cottage with modern rear extension, set
closely, at right angles, with similar cottage. Harl
pointed red sandstone rubble with stugged and droved
W elevation facing green; 2 centre bays grouped closely,
probably both doors originally, that to right blocked as
window; windows in outer bays. Side gables both with
windows to W side, that to N elevation later, with cement
rendered surround, and flanked to left by similarly later
door. Rounded quoins to NE angle.
4-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. Pantile
roof with slate easing course. Distinctive early. East
Lothian skew formation: gable and stacks.