Earlier 19th century steading, replacing earlier buildings.
Squared and snecked red sandstone, some stugged, some
rubble, some ashlar dressings. S range follows falling
ground, with swept hayloft opening breaking eaves;
louvred ventilators, and former doors blocked; machinery
door slapping to W gable end. Cattle courts to E;
segmental archways into byres and sturdy square,
pyramid capped gatepiers to each court. Largely blank
elevations to N and E. Sliding doors to feeding hatches;
unusual timber divisions to troughs; timber beams on
corbels in characteristic East Lothian manner.
STALK: threshing mill to W with later red brick circular
section stalk on tall pedestal.
CARTSHEDS: 2-bay gabled cartshed and granary to W of
steading, with segmental cart-arches to S and 2 hayloft
windows above; hayloft windows in gable ends. 3-bay
earlier cartshed and granary to S, across road, with
gabled bothy adjoined to E gable. 3 segmental
cart-arches to N elevation with cut down window above
centre arch and windows above outer bays; stone
forestair to doorway on W gable; similar hayloft openings
to S side, with modern lean-to addition at ground.
Gable-end stack to bothy, with 2 doorways, 1 window and
later machinery door to S elevation; louvred ventilator.
Single storey cartshed range to W, Pantiles to cattle court
ranges and single storey cartshed; corrugated asbestos to
cart and granary blocks, modern roofing to threshing