Several building phases, forming 2-storey, T-plan house.
Remodelled 1st half 18th century to form long
rectangular-plan house, some walling of tower-house
dimensions incorporated at W (internal flue-bearing wall
roughly 4' thick at 1st floor). Full-height 2-bay jamb added
centrally on long N wall earlier/mid 19th century.
Whitewashed rubble with contrasting painted margins, 18th
century margins chamfered. N elevation has windowed single
bay either side of jamb (door in E re-entrant angle) and may
originally have been symmetrical, perhaps 5 bays. S elevation
also altered (slappings with slab margins), with bays
arranged 1 + 3, the left bay blank, porch central in 3-bay
range, single low stair window above, 2 unmargined ground
floor openings right. Cavetto skewputts; straight skews;
corniced end and axial stacks; slate roof.
Steading mainly 18th century, alterations earlier in the
19th. Long low steading range extends E from SE end of house;
L-plan steading block to NW, the lower with 2-bay cartshed
to courtyard, slit ventilators in S gable, the taller -
perhaps rebuilt on earlier footings - 3 bays with square loft
opening over near-centre door, corrugated asbestos roof.