Probably Archibald Simpson, 1830. Range of buildings, stables and former carriage house range being at right angles to one another with single carriage house and hen house sited at angle.
Stables; E facing, 2-storey, 8-bay range; pinned coursed rubble with tooled ashlar dressings, margins and quoins. Windows flanking doorways in outer bays; 4 stable entrances set within segmental-headed recesses; 3 small segmental-headed loft windows; end stack; piended slate roof.
Former carriage house range fronting former steading; 2-storey; 7 bay S facing range; stugged coursed rubble, tooled ashlar margins and quoins. 4 right (E) bays now converted as dwelling. 3 centre segmental-headed entrances (2 now blocked as window and door to dwelling); small segmental-headed 1st floor windows with 9-pane glazing, 12-pane in ground floor; ridge stack; piended slate roof.
Derelict steading square to rear. Single carriage house, with single, S facing, wide segmental-headed entrance; pinned rubble, tooled ashlar dressings; piended slate roof.
Hen House; small rubble hen-house with paired centre arched entrances, each segmental-headed, closed with vented wooden doors; piended slate roof.