Earlier 19th century. Former stables and haybarn now
converted to form 2-storey house; single storey cottage row
to east linked by screen wall. Stugged and squared red rubble
with ashlar dressings; all roofed with graded slates.
Stables: rectangular-plan, with gable to roadside; 2 south
most bays not original. Few alterations to openings, but
plate glass glazing throughout. 2 cartways (one slightly
altered) at north end of east wall, forestair alongside with cantilevered platt; slit ventilators at south below wall-head
stack. Basement door in south gable below inserted bipartite.
Cottages: 3-bay cottage to east with central door and 12-pane
glazing, west end perhaps originally stables now converted to
form 2 2-bay cottages, with inserted margined openings and
blocked slit ventilator. Boarded doors with fanlights; sash
windows, 12-pane glazing at east, other windows with larger
panes. Straight skews; coped end stacks (2 brick wall-head
stacks at south); boarded loft door in west gable; main roof
swept at south over full width rear wing of 3-bay cottage.