Post 1875. Former gamekeeper's house and kennels. Squared and
snecked whinstone rubble. Red sandstone ashlar dressings. Stop-chamfered ashlar margins. Bull-faced quoins with margin drafts. Overhanging eaves, exposed rafters.
FORMER GAMEKEEPER'S HOUSE: situated to S. Former gun room to N is later addition in very similar style.
W ELEVATION: 4-bay; bay to left later. Gabled open timber porch in bay to right of centre; segmental-arched door-way; modern door; low cement clad brick walls to porch. Gabled bay advanced to left of centre; canted window with half-piend roof. Window in bays to left and right.
N ELEVATION: blocked doorway slightly to right of centre.
E ELEVATION: window in cat-slide bay to left. Cat-slide bay to right;
2 windows to right. Modern harled gabled extension at centre. Top-hopper glazing. Ashlar-dressed coped stacks, gablehead to N and S, ridge between bays to left and left of centre. Small grey slates. KENNELS: similarly-detailed T-plan kennels. Ashlar-dressed ridge stack to jamb. Small grey slates. 2-penned enclosure to W, with semicircular-coping to ashlar-dressed wall, and hooped iron fence. W ELEVATION: 3-bay (1-2). Doorway to each bay, boarded to right. E ELEVATION: jamb adjoined at centre; door to right and window to left to E gable; door to S return.
S ELEVATION: gabled to left, with door to left. Jamb recessed to right. N ELEVATION: gabled to right. Jamb recessed to left. Former pig-sty to E. Similarly detailed. Enclosure to W. Original gabled roof now removed. Rubble gabled byre to N, now converted to further kennels.