Mid to late 18th century. 2-storey, 5-bay rectangular-plan laird's house (double-gabled, built in two phases - E range possibly 1764; W range possibly circa 1799); early to earlier 19th century 2-storey, 4-bay rectangular-plan wing at right angle to N; single storey kitchen wing adjoining main block to S; 20th century single storey glazed extension to rear. Early to mid 19th century rectangular-plan bothy (formerly attached to demolished service wing) to SE with dated marriage lintel (originally part of main block) and small dovecot set in S gablehead. House and bothy of white harled rubble; stone cills to W elevation of main block. Late 18th to early 19th century former random rubble walled garden (S wall now missing).
W (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: 5 bays. Central timber panelled door; plain fanlight; flanking windows. 5 windows to 1st floor centred above ground floor openings. Central cast-iron rooflight. Single storey extension (kitchen wing) set back to S, large timber mullioned window.
S ELEVATION: single-storey kitchen wing adjoining main block, window off-centre right.
E and S (L-PLAN COURT YARD) ELEVATIONS: MAIN BLOCK (E): 5 bays. piended porch off-centre left; flanking window to left; long single pitch conservatory flanking to right. Long central stair window; flanking 1st floor windows. Large central pitched dormer window, wholly in roof, centred above stair window, slate cheeks. Door to left kitchen wing. NORTH WING (S): 3 bays. Central timber panelled door, astragalled fanlight; flanking windows. 2 1st floor windows.
N (GARDEN) ELEVATION: MAIN BLOCK: ground floor window to left; 1st floor window above. NORTH WING: 4 bays. 3 ground floor windows; door to right return with raggles of lean-to porch. 4 1st floor windows (long stair window to far right). 3 Velux rooflights
INTERIOR: staircase to centre-plan of main block (stone risers to 1st flight); 2 earlier 19th century marble fireplaces to double drawing room (N end of main block); plain cornices; late 19th century fire surrounds to most rooms.
Predominantly plate glass in timber sash and case windows; a number of 12-pane timber sash and case windows throughout; long stair window to rear of main block and in N elevation of N wing. Pitched roofs; grey slates; coped gablehead and ridge stacks, circular clay cans.
BOTHY: single storey and attic, 3-bay, rectangular-plan bothy. Rendered. W elevation: timber door to left; central window with inscribed and dated lintel above '17 IS MW 64' (carved heart shape separating initials); stable door to right. S elevation: dovecot opening with alighting ledge to gablehead. E elevation: 3 ground floor windows. 3 Velux rooflights. N elevation: 1 ground floor window to left; 1 attic floor window to right. Pitched roof; grey slates; coped and rendered gablehead stack to S.
WALLED GARDEN: roughly rectangular-plan walled garden formerly attached to house to N (SW portion of wall removed). Central door to N wall. Random smooth stone rubble with slate vertical coping. Isolated stone steps to S.
SUNDIAL and FOUNTAIN: rubble column with slate table dial to S end of walled garden. Probably 20th century, rubble and slate circular fountain basin to N end of walled garden.
BOUNDARY WALLS and GATEPIERS: smooth rubble boundary walls to E connected to line of walled garden. Circular plan smooth rubble gatepiers to W (at A828) connected to L-plan low boundary wall; conical smooth rubble caps (recently repaired).