18th-earlier 19th century farm steading with house, forming
S range of courtyard. All whitewashed rubble with
contrasting painted ashlar margins: slate roofs.
HOUSE: 18th century; 2 storeys 3 bays with (originally
symmetrical) flanking recessed wings added early 19th century
and linked to steading: heavily-droved ashlar dressings.
originally single storey; central porch with blind flank
doorways, corbelled eaves and fanlight breaking in to
pedimented gable. End stacks (1 brick). Wing NW angle abuts
steading W range with pend at ground in unusual arrangement.
STEADING: 2nd half 18th - earlier 19th century individual
single storey ranges, mostly piend-roofed and built around
cobbled courtyard: unusual detached rectangular-plan
trabeated cartshed to N with loft: byre to NW.