Late 18th century/early 19th century. 2-storey farmhouse,
Farmhouse: rectangular symmetrical 3-bay main block, central
gabled porch; gabled M-roofed wing to rear. Boulder
basecourse, harled walling, raised painted margins. Single
light windows, sash and case with 4-pane glazing. Above
ground left window small heraldic panel with the initials and
arms of William Gordon of Kirkconnel.
West flank with modern French door to left, 2 12-pane sashes
to 1st. Rear elevation with single storey lean-to. Sandstone
ridge and skews, slate roofs, coped end stacks.
Interior layout altered to rear of house in modern times,
some fielded panel shutters remain to S block.
Steading: 2 main ranges, L-plan single storey and attic to N
and E of square farmyard, and S range with single storey
byres and central 2-storey mill (gutted) All steadings
painted rubble with good graded slate roofs.