Roger Pinkerney (?), 1930s. 2-storey, L-plan Scots Revival style country house. Painted render. Timber eaves cornice. Recessed margins. Narrow timber cills.
N (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: L-plan. Wide bowed bay in re-entrant angle; Gibbs surround to horizontal-panelled door, with flanking narrow lights; window above at 1st floor. 2 windows at ground and 1st floors to W. Set-off stack to N, flanking bowed bay and shouldered to W, with stone panel inset at 1st floor; panel dated "1694" and inscribed with initials "I MK", "AH" and armorial bearings, all within a circular moulding.
W ELEVATION: window at ground and 1st floors and in gablehead. Rubble garden wall, running W, adjoined to left, with decorative wrought-iron gate in round-arch.
S ELEVATION: 5-bay. French window in bay to left of centre. Regularly disposed fenestration. Window in nepus gable above centre bay, with scrolled shoulders, coped skews and skewblocks.
E ELEVATION: window at ground and 1st floors and in gablehead of slightly advanced gable to outer left. Regularly disposed fenestration in 3 bays to right, 2-light windows in centre bay. Lean-to porch/shed, half-piended to E, adjoined to gabled N return; open porch, window to left, shed door to right; window to E. Set-off stack above, with stone panel inset at 1st floor; 16th century (?) panel, inscribed with armorial bearings in circular moulding and initials "AH" to each side. 16-pane glazing in broad sash and case windows. Red sandstone coped skews, skewblocks and gablehead apex details. Small grey-green slates. Rendered stacks, ridge to E, set-off gablehead to N.
Rubble wall adjoined to right of N return, stepped down to circular rubble pier with ball finials; corresponding pier to N.
Valley-roofed outbuildings, U-plan steading and farmhouse to N. Stone garden seat.