Rectangular-plan altered 3-storey farmhouse built probably
early 18th century, earlier fabric incorporated at ground;
full-depth single storey and attic 2-bay west wing probably
by Charles Howitt, circa 1860. Circa 1820 long, low
steading range adjoining to rear (north) with waterwheel,
altered, (?by Howitt) with porch added in re-entrant angle.
All rubble-built with ashlar dressings; house is
whitewashed; all roofs slated.
Original house: south elevation: 3 ground floor windows
(modern bipartite right), inner window formed in 19th
century door slapping; 2 wide, regular bays above. Original
north-facing segmental-arched and roll-moulded doorway
behind porch; single small window above latter. Sash
windows with 4-pane glazing in chamfered reveals. 19th
century skews and end stacks.
Wing: 1617 panel incorporated above round-headed doorway,
gabled dormer head over remaining bay; bull-faced
Steading range: Whin rubble, original dressings red ashlar,
alterations with pink ashlar dressings. Cast-iron and
timber overshot wheel and gearing on west wall (interior
machinery removed), lade carried over 2 red ashlar
supporting piers. Square-headed openings; banked loft door
in north gabled