Alexander Ross, 1866. Scottish Baronial. Large 3-storey,
9-bay asymmetrical mansion, gabled and crenellated. Coursed
rubble, tooled dressings. 2 square crenellated towers rise 1
stage above roof. Porte cochere to south front entrance;
large crenellated canted bay window to north. 2-pane glazing;
corniced end and ridge stacks; slate roof. Single storey
service court to west flanked by single storey 3-bay chapel
and 2 stage octagonal water tower. Large modern addition to
Interior: original chimneypieces and doorpieces, enriched
Laundry: 2-storey, 3-bay gabled porch and outer stair;
rubble, tooled dressings; 3 bipartites, ground and 1st
floors, north elevation; slate roof with small ridge cupola.
Stables: symmetrical 2-storey, 5-bay court; outer and central
segmental headed arched entrance bay gabled; bipartites in
outer bays at ground floor; 2-pane glazing; 2 small modern
dormers; end and ridge stacks; slate roof.
Large walled garden to rear.