Circa 1845. 2-storey, rectangular-plan, 3-bay house. Stugged sandstone coursers at S elevation, snecked rubble elsewhere, ashlar dressings with droved margins at angles, grey slate piended roof. Original 12-pane sash and case windows with advanced cills; prominent end stacks.
S ELEVATION: 3-bay, symmetrical; panelled door at centre approached by short flight of steps, 4-pane fanlight, mnargined doorcase with shallow pediment; window at left and right bays, 3 windows at 1st floor.
E GABLE: 2 asymmetrically placed windows at ground floor, blank single storey bay at right.
W GABLE: window at ground floor centre, 2 windows at 1st floor at outer bays (out-of-character PVC frame at left).
N ELEVATION: main wall plane has 2 windows at ground floor, 18-pane stair window at centre, window at 1st floor left; single storey service projection at left with door, 2 windows and later garage door, half-piended roof; later rubble-built porch at right with multi-pane timber windows and half-piended roof.
INTERIOR: plain cornices, original doors and shutters, some original chimneypieces; well stair with decorative cast-iron balusters, staggered stairs to attic.
FORMER FREE CHURCH: dated 1843. Rectangular-plan church, now roofless. Rubble sandstone masonry with ashlar dressings. Frameless round-headed margined windows with droved chamfered reveals, chamfered door openings, skewblocks.
S ELEVATION: 4 symmetrically placed windows with dateston at centre; entrance porch at left return gable; entrance porch and vestry at right return gable.
N ELEVATION: 3 symmettrically placed windows.
interior: gutted and planted as pleasure garden.
GIG HOUSE AND STABLE: circa 1845. Single storey, rectangular-plan gig house and stable. Rubble sandstone masonry with ashlar dressings, grey slate roof.
S ELEVATION: door and frameless window at right, original square-headed gig house doorway at left with droved margins and door pins (modern doors).
W GABLE: 12-pane sash and case window at left, hay-loft door at gable.
INTERIOR: 3 stalls with timber trevises.
HA-HA: rubble-built ha-ha at S and E.
GATEPIERS AND BOUNDARY WALLS: 2 pyramidal-capped ashlar gatepiers at S; 2 round-headed gatepiers at W; drystane boundary wall at W.
HORSE SHELTER: rubble-buiolt hourse shelter and stable at Nwall; shelter is roofless but has 5 hitching rings on rear wall, stable has 2 stalls and stone slate roof.