James Torrance, 1897. 2-storey, 3-bay manse. Rubble, squared and snecked to W elevation. Red sandstone ashlar dressings. Ashlar margins; chamfered arrisses, stopped before cill, to W and N elevations. Bull-faced quoins with margin draft.
W (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: roll-moulded segmental-arched doorway at centre, with heavily bracketted corniced canopy; panelled door and segmental-arched fanlight. Canted windows, with cornice and blocking course, in outer bays at ground floor. Window at centre and bipartite windows in outer bays at 1st floor, all with segmental-arched lights.
N (MAIN STREET) ELEVATION: window to outer right at ground floor.
2 windows at centre at 1st floor. S ELEVATION: window to outer left at ground and 1st floors.
E ELEVATION: single storey stone lean-to adjoined at centre; boarded door to right of N return, 2 windows to E and window to left of S return; ashlar quoin strips.
Lean-to cut out around base of round-arched stair window at centre at 1st floor. Regularly disposed fenestration in outer bays, except smaller window out-of-line to left in right bay at 1st floor.
Modern glazing; original margin-pane glazing to stair window. Coped skews; gabletted skewputts to W. Ashlar-dressed gablehead stacks to N and S. Small purple slates. Cast-iron rainwater goods. Octagonal cans.
Rendered flat-pyramidal-capped gatepiers; double-leaf wrought-iron gates, with small crested shield to each.