Mid/later 18th century 2-storey house with small earlier
19th century steading to east. Whitewashed rubble; house
with painted margins; all roofed with graded slates. House: 3
wide bays, 3-bay west wing raised to 2 storeys probably in
19th century, now all under one long roof. South elevation:
main part has central corniced door and 4-pane sashes: wing
has 8-pane sashes flanking central door, blank wall at 1st
floor. Porch near north eastern angle, pedimented south-
facing doorway with lion mask, short screen wall beyond.
Straight skews, coped end stacks (1 rebuilt in brick).
Single storey lean-to at east end of north wall.
Steading: L-plan about cobbled open court beside main road;
2 cart openings in re-entrant angle of north range, single
door and slit ventilators and single door beyond, dovecot in
west gable above low wing east range with 3 roof lights.
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