Earlier 19th century. Mill buildings predominantly timber-framed with vertically boarded timber cladding, on granite rubble base course; kiln and mill cottage granite rubble with tooled dressings and long and short quoins. Boarded timber doors; 2-pane skylights. Corrugated-iron and steel roofs.
LADE, WEIR AND SLUICE GATE
Rebuilt; timber and concrete series of lades flowing from W to E off Water of Feugh, at weir to S of mill buildings, flow controlled by sluice gate. N lade drives Sawmill wheel. S lade divided horizontally into lower and upper lades; upper lade drives small central generator wheel, discharging into tail-race of sawmill wheel; lower lade discharges into tail-race of sawmill and generator wheels to drive Turning Mill wheel.
To W of site. Single storey and basement, rectangular-plan with boarded timber walkway oversailing entrance to basement at E. Openings to N, W and E. 16 foot, double cast-iron frame start and awe wheel set in granite to S elevation. Interior: sawmill machinery survives in good working order.
To E of Sawmill. Single storey, rectangular-plan lean-to structure with door flanked by 3-pane window to E; small wheel driving electricity generator for Turning Mill to S.
To E of Generator House. Single storey and attic, rectangular-plan, with single storey ancillary structure adjoining to E; further single storey, rectangular-plan ancillary structure to E; boarded timber walkway to S over lade, from between 2 ancillary structures. 2 boarded timber doors to gabled N elevation, with saw for timber opposite door to left; cast-iron wheel set in gablehead; broad small-pane windows to ground floor of W and E elevations; skylights to attic. 10 foot, double cast-iron frame start and awe wheel set in granite wall to S elevation, window set in gablehead above. Interior: turning mill machinery in ground floor and attic survives in good working order.
KILN, STACK AND SMIDDY
To N of Turning Mill. Square-plan kiln with corrugated steel and boarded timber lean-to additions; formerly wood fired, now steam operated. Door flanked by window to W; cast-iron fire box access to S under corrugated lean-to; timber lean-to Smiddy to E, pulleys, belt-driven metal lathes and bellows for forge still in place (restored 1999); N elevation obscured by hill slope. Flat steel sheeting roof with timber battens. Interior: slatted floor with pipework below. Coped, square-plan red brick stack on granite rubble base to N of Kiln.
FORMER BUS GARAGE
To NW of Turning Mill. Single storey, square-plan former Bus Garage, on stilts to S. 2 2-leaf doors to N elevation; window to centre of W and S elevations; polythene covered window opening to E elevation. Grey slate pyramidal roof with skylights and tiled ridges.
MILL COTTAGE AND ANCILLARY STRUCTURES
To N of Kiln on opposite side of valley road. Single storey and attic, 3-bay cottage orne, with flat-roofed modern addition to outer right.
S Elevation: gableted timber porch with latticed gablehead advanced to centre of ground floor on rusticated timber columns, boarded glazed timber door, window to each flanking bay; 2 gableted bipartite dormers to left and right of attic, skylight to centre.
E Elevation: gabled; ground floor obscured by modern addition.
N Elevation: not seen 1999.
W Elevation: gabled; blank.
Predominantly 4 and 2-pane timber windows with top hoppers. Grey slate roof with overhanging eaves and tiled ridge. Coped granite gablehead stacks with circular cans.
Interior: not seen 1999.
2 boarded timber ancillary structures to W of cottage, one with 3 bay traditional cottage incorporated with corrugated roof; former stable for horses used to move timber for Sawmill.
Flat-arched, double-span bridge over River Feugh to SE of Mills, central granite ashlar cutwater, flanked to left and right by pink granite wing walls; boarded timber road on steel supports with slatted timber parapets.