Thomas Mackenzie, 1844, incorporating earlier work.
Asymmetrical 2-storey former manse with 3-bay S entrance
front. Rubble granite, tooled sandstone ashlar dressings.
Advanced gabled bay at left; square porch in re-entrant
angle with diminutive dummy angle bartizan and moulded
detailing; panelled door and simple fanlight. 2 1st floor
gabletted windows break wallhead.
Stepped 2-bay E garden front with ground floor canted bay
windows and single 1st floor window breaking eaves. Mainly
lying-pane glazing; batteries of 2 and 4 coped octagonal
ridge and end stacks; local slate roof.
2-storey, irregular 2-bay wing at rear of earlier build.
Early 19th century 9 panel door; modern glazing.
Former steading to rear.
INTERIOR: little of interest survives.
Simple white marble chimneypiece in drawing room.
GARDEN WALL: coped rubble wall surrounds house and garden.