Mid 19th century, rectangular 2-storey steading with
stable byre accommodation in ground floor and barn loft
in 1st floor. All rubble, with roughly tooled rubble dressings.
Long elevations aligned NE SW. Centre stone forestair projects
from NE front serving centre loft entrance which just
breaks eaves under shallow cat-slide roof. In ground
floor to right of forestair, byre entrance; byre served by
drainage vent in NW gable (aligned to slope) with small
window above. To left of forestair is stable, lit by small
window in rear elevation.
Centre 1st floor winnowing door, flanked by long slit vents;
similar vents symmetrically sited in front elevation and
Slate roof with projecting eaves.