16th century tower house shell sympathetically restored for
domestic use 1979-80, W G Dawson architect. Roughly coursed
rubble, ashlar dressings, rectangular or slit openings, mostly roll-moulded, some with relieving arches. Door at S end of W
wall; central gun port to elevations at ground level;
small-paned windows; splayed base course; continuous corbel
table with cable moulding curved over angles, rope-moulding
raised at intervals (some upper stonework removed).
Crow-stepped gables, corbelled apex beacon platform at S,
corniced end stack at N. Slate roof.
INTERIOR: lower level vaulted (prehistoric stone in floor at
door to latter); circular stair within SW angle.