1801/3. (Richard Crichton? c.f. parapet detail
Abercairny 1803). Single symmetrical 2-storey and
basement Gothic block, squared coursed rubble, N.W.
entrance front has 3-window centre, raised parapet (and
formerly crenellated canted porch with arches) between
octagonal turrets; single outer bays have canted oriels,
2 light windows above; N.E. and S.W. elevations 2-window
square-headed with hood moulds, modern addition at
former; S.E. front 3-window centre bow flanked by angle
turrets, 1-window either side, basement full storey this
elevation. Traceried metal parapet, stone at centre
features. Simple interior, entrance hall has arcaded
gothic cornice, detail otherwise mainly classical.