Earlier to mid 19th century adaptation of earlier steading
with 20th century conversion of part of E range. U-plan
steading with cattle courts to N rear and 2-storey former
farmhouse at S end of E range, raised from single storey.
Random rubble with ashlar dressings. Ashlar coped
crenellated facades with band course, closing E and W
ranges to S, breaking eaves.
W AND N RANGES: stables and stores, some openings blocked.
Large garage opening at E end of N range by re-entrant
E RANGE: made residential.
W ELEVATION: former carriage opening to outer left with
French doors, flanked by single window to right. 2
fanlit former doors, glazed as windows left of centre.
3-bay, 2-storey factor's house to S end with ground floor
openings altered and 3 regular 1st floor windows.
Coped, rubble court yard formed by 2-storey bays.
E ELEVATION: 2 single storey, piend roofed projections, at
centre and to outer right, incorporated in residential
accommodation; S projection with pentice roofed porch in
re-entrant angle to S. 3 ground floor windows to 2-storey
house and 2, 1st floor windows to outer bays.
BARN: sited at centre of U-plan court. Gable to S with
machinery doorway and ramp; gablet crowsteps with
consoled skewputts and blind cross in gable head.
Former finial missing.
E AND W ELEVATIONS: with doorway at centre flanked by 2
small openings. Segmentally arched, low openings currently
blocked, flanking to outer ends; cement covering to
rubble platforms adjoining each side and running full
12-pane glazing to sash and case windows, and some
modern windows with plate glass. Pantile roofs with slate
easing courses at intervals. Brick stacks.