Architect probably David Bryce, circa 1865. Long 7-bay
laundry extending W from rear wall of 3-bay cottage in T-plan arrangement. Scots Baronial details. Single storey, with
attics. All stugged red ashlar with polished dressings,
crow-stepped gables and coped end stacks; small-paned
glazing; all roofed with graded slates.
LAUNDRY: symmetrical S elevation with tall openings and
central door; windows to bays, gabled and louvred attic
ventilators to either long wall, N-facing windows mostly with
pedimented dormer heads.
COTTAGE: off-centre gabled porch to E, attic windows in outer
bays break through eaves and have gabletted dormer heads,
ground floor slit opening in right bay. Sash windows.
Drying green to S with rows of cast-iron clothes-poles.