Early-mid 19th century, farmstead, probably built over extended
period. Polygonal group of 2 single storey, 3-bay cottages,
steading range, mainly single storey, comprising cart sheds,
byres, stables, and barn with winnowing floor, all enclosing
centre court. All rubble, mainly roofed with Caithness slates,
though some re-roofing with either corrugated asbestos or iron.
Steading utilises west facing slope with stable rising to 2
storeys with loft above, and byre running downhill for drainage. Principal cottage faces south with 3-bay front with centre door
and end stacks; long wing to rear comprises room immediately
behind cottage with own door (for farm servant) and
cart/implement shed with 3 segmental headed arches.
Further single storey, L-plan cottage with entrance in SE
re-entrant angle and with symmetrical 3 window facade to north.