Manse, mid-later 18th century with earlier 19th century
alterations and additions; 2-storey, wide 3-bay house;
harled rubble with chamfered and contrasting painted
margins. SW front with centre door with moulded doorpiece;
1st floor windows in NW and SE gables; all windows narrow
centre court; SE wing (probably earlier 19th century)
2-storey, 2-bay extension to house; NW wing with offices,
including stable. End and ridge stacks; slate roofs.
Interior; little of interest; some alterations to stair
well, with later 19th century staircase.
Steading; late 18th century L-plan single storey range
comprising bothy, hen-house and threshing/winnowing barn.
All rubble; barn set at right angles to bothy, with long
elevations and centre winnowing doors facing north and
south; bowed east gable (possibly formerly incorporating
kiln); interior paved and skirted with Caithness slabs.
Small lean-to pigsty again south gable; small triangular
hen-house links bothy and barn at angle, with 10 boxes in
thickness of bothy wall, ridge stacks; slate roofs.
Garden walls; coped rubble garden walls, south facing
length with 3 semi-circular bee boles. Pair rubble gate
piers with ball finials.