Extensive high coped rubble garden walls extend to west of
house; walls retain east raised garden. 2 large walled gardens,
1 to south and 1 to NW, all of 18th and early 19th century dates. Dovecote; early-mid 19th century square, 2-storey dovecote in
NW angle of NW walled garden; entrance in south wall; pair
vents in west wall and single vent in north (both giving onto
field) with internal shutters. Paired vents in each side of
SE angle, giving into 1st floor loft. Pyramidal Caithness
slate roof, with apex finial and weathervane.
Privy; early 19th century, square privy built into slope of
raised garden SE of house with cess pit blow; centre door in
south elevation reached by flight steps descending from garden,
and continuing to lower level; small window in centre, east
elevation; pyramidal Caithness slab roof with apex finial.
Interior; 2-seater bench fitting survives.