Early 19th century. 2-storey S facing house of 3 bays on site
sloping downhill at left (W). Mixed rubble, tooled sandstone
ashlar dressings; whitewashed return gable to George Street
and single storey rear wing now converted as 2 garages (also whitewashed).
Centre door flanked by low ground floor windows of slightly
different size to accommodate slope; 1st floor windows in
outer bays only and single window in return gable; 9- and
12-pane glazing. Coped end stacks, graded Banffshire slate
roof; stone ridge.
INTERIOR: ground floor partially re-modelled. 1st floor
drawing room with panelled dado, window shutters and doors,
with both rectangular and octagonal beaded panels. Moulded
and reeded door frames, some with rosette dies on lintels.
Similar detailing to woodwork survives elsewhere in house.