19th century, traditional Lochalsh single storey, 3-bay
cottage. Whitewashed rubble, rounded corners, heavy boulder
footings. 4 pairs scarfed crucks. Centre door with later
projecting corrugated iron porch; flanking 4-pane sashes;
small 4-pane sash window rear. Gable end chimney of Skye type
in west gable; straw "lum" with wooden cap and lining within
piended thatched roof at east, bound with thatch and twine.
Rush and/or straw thatch with some heather at eaves, pinned
at ridge and eaves with bent hazel wands.
Interior: 2 rooms right and left, with small "press" room at
centre rear. Left room (south) has projecting fireplace
(served by straw "lum") with flanking "cheeks" and metal