1824. W facing symmetrical classical 2-storey, 5-bay
facade Grey granite ashlar front and return gables, harled
rear with ashlar margins. Advanced centre bay forming square
tower rising above eaves in 2 stages. Boldly rusticated
doorpiece; fanlight with radial glazing, later double-leaf
panelled door. Centre 1st floor Venetian window with
intersecting glazing; tripartite in square stage above,
which supports octagonal drum clock tower with domed leaded
roof, finial and weathervane, windows and clock faces in
alternate facets (clock face missing rear); Stumpy granite
urns at each angle of square tower flank base of octagon.
Mainly 12-pane glazing, lying-pane glazing in octagon windows;
moulded eaves cornices; coped rear wallhead stacks;
piended slate roof. Substantial later 2-storey, 4-bay rear
wing; 4-pane glazing to windows.
Interior; little survives of interest except clock, said
to date from 1824 and to be by a Forres clockmaker.
In full working order.