Earlier to mid 19th century farm complex comprising: 2-storey, 3-bay rectangular-plan farmhouse with single storey adjoining range projecting to E with detached, parallel, long, rectangular-plan byre to S; flagstone closs between. Byre/barn range disposed N/S to E of farmhouse and byre. 2-storey 2-bay rectangular-plan meal mill to W of farmhouse, with taller S end. Single storey, long, rectangular-plan byre range to S of farmhouse, ('Setter'). 2 adjoining single-storey cottages (3-bay to left, 3-bay to right) to E of farmhouse, ('Little Boloquoy'). Harled farmhouse; other structures, coursed random drystone rubble.
FARMHOUSE: S (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: window to advanced, gabled porch at ground in bay to centre; boarded door in right return. Window at each floor in each bay flanking. Window with boarded door flanking to right in single storey range to outer right.
Various glazing patterns including 9-pane timber sash and case windows, and timber-framed windows with top-hung upper lights. Corrugated-asbestos cement roof; stone ridge; stone skews; harled, corniced gablehead stacks to E and W; predominantly cast-iron rainwater goods.
BOUNDARY WALLS: drystone rubble walls with rubble cope enclosing rectangular-plan garden to S of farmhouse; square-plan gate piers with flagstone caps.
PARALLEL BYRE: N (ENTRANCE, CLOSS) ELEVATION: built on ground falling to W, asymmetrically divided with small stall to left. 2-leaf boarded door to each stall.
Traditional turf thatched roof to left, straw thatch to right, secured at eaves with bendlin stanes; aisin stones at wallhead, (see Notes).
BYRE RANGE: long, rectangular-plan range of 4 differing heights built on ground falling to S; further gabled barn to rear (E) at S end; boarded doors along W (ENTRANCE) ELEVATIONS.
Corrugated-iron roof to N end; graded stone tiles to centre and to S; flagstone roof to remainder; stone ridges; stone skews.
MEAL MILL: E (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: centred boarded door at ground; boarded grain loft door above. Window flanking to left. Small window set close under eaves to raised section to right.
W (REAR) ELEVATION: blocked, centred doorway to lower section to right. Small window set close under eaves to raised section to left.
S (SIDE) ELEVATION: cast-iron, 8-spoke, low-breast, undershot wheel with timber paddles; accompanying concrete-lined lade to blank, gabled elevation.
N (SIDE) ELEVATION: boarded door, offset to right of centre at ground; window, (formerly door) at 1st floor (see Notes).
Timber-framed window to E. Grey slate roof; stone ridge; stone skews.
DETACHED BYRE, (SETTER): 3-compartment byre built on ground falling to E. N (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: large, central doorway breaking eaves; boarded door in bay to right (E); small boarded entrance in bay to left (W). S (REAR) ELEVATION: 3, every disposed blocked doorways.
Traditional straw thatched roof with bedlin stanes at eaves and aisin stones at wallhead (see Notes).
FARM COTTAGES, (LITTLE BOLOQUOY): S(PRINCIPAL) ELEVATIONS: 3-bay cottage to left: boarded door in bay to centre; window in each bay flanking; roofless single bay projection (formerly byre) to outer left. Drystone rubble wall enclosing rectangular-plan garden to S. 2-bay cottage to right; boarded door in bay to left; window in bay to right.
Timber framed windows. Purple slate roof to right; traditional thatched roof with bedlin stanes at eaves and aisin stones at wallhead (see Notes); rubble gablehead stacks to e and W; similar central ridge stack.
INTERIORS: none seen, 1998.