Several building phases; 2-storey house with attics, late
18th/early 19th century in appearance; said to incorporate
tower house as rear (W) wing, latter built above bank of
Craigie Burn; 5-bay E front, entrance bay, formerly with
crow-stepped gable, pushed forward mid 19th century.
Northmost bay probably also added about then. Rendered, with
contrasting painted margins: sash windows.
E elevation: windows in left bay asymmetrically arranged;
remaining ground floor windows with 12-pane glazing, larger
1st floor windows, plate glass, lintels linked to simple
cornice; small blocking course. Brick end stacks - coped
ashlar stack over entrance; flat-roofed dormers; slated
roofs, main roof covered with graded slates.
Interior: some cornice plasterwork; reeded marble chimney