Mid-later 18th century. 3-storey, 3-bay farmhouse with later 2-storey and attic, 3-bay S wing added to SE corner. Single storey and loft wing to NW extends N-wards; single storey building attached to E gable of earlier house with single storey building extending N-wards. Harled elevations; rubble construction exposed in places. Ashlar window surrounds, quoins and eaves course to later S wing.
S (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: 2-bay section of house to left: corniced, ashlar doorpiece to right; doorway partially blocked, inserted window; rectangular fanlight. 1st and 2nd floor windows above to right. Ground floor window to left flank of door; 1st and 2nd floor windows centred above. Ashlar eaves course. Advanced wing to right; 2 ground floor windows; larger 1st floor windows centre above; blocked window to right. Central attic window; ashlar band course below. Single storey building set back to E gable of earlier house; central door. Single storey crowstepped building attached to rear of this; central door; arrowslit opening above.
W ELEVATION: recent build to ground floor partially obscures W gable. 1st floor window to right. S Wing set back to right: 3 ground floor windows, central window blocked; 3 1st floor windows, central window blocked. Rear wing to left: 2 windows to right; window to left.
N ELEVATION: advanced wing to right; forestairs added on to wing gable; loft door to left. Small ground floor window to house in inner angle; small, single 1st and 2nd floor windows above to left. Ground floor window to far left. Advanced single storey building to far left; 2 narrow windows, blocked up.
E ELEVATION: single ground, 1st and 2nd floor windows to left. Advanced S wing to left; 2 ground floor windows; 1st floor window to right; larger 1st floor window to left; blocked central window. Small 2nd floor window to right. Plain gable and elevation to single storey buildings to E. Rear wing set back to right; 2 windows to left section; door and window to right section.
Predominantly 12-pane timber sash and case windows; larger windows at 1st floor. Small 6-pane timber sash and case 2nd floor windows. Some later 4-pane timber sash and case windows. Pitched roofs; corrugated asbestos to house. Coped gable end stacks; circular cans. Flagstone slate roof to single storey wings; rooflights to N wing; crowstepped gable and skews; tall, coped ridge stack. Crowstepped gables; flatstone slate roof to single storey building to NE. Pitched roof; flagstones to E single storey building attached to house E gable.
INTERIOR: not seen, 2000.
GATEPIERS AND WALL
Tall corniced piers; rusticated to S; ball finials stand to left of S gable. Swept rubble wall to left pier runs N and E-wards to form courtyard wall; swept at NE. Lean-to shed attached to W.