House, rubble stone with slate roofs. L-plan the taller E range two-storey and attic, earlier C17, the lower SE range later C16 with added earlier C17 two storey porch. Stone stack at N end of E range, and lateral stack on W side, stone with twin brick shafts. W end stack on older range reduced in size, brick shaft.
S front has gable of C17 range to right, with C19 fretted bargeboards and stone finial. Stone mullion windows, 2-light ovolo-moulded to attic, 3-light with transom to first floor and 4-light to ground floor, both chamfered. Three-bay E front appears restored possibly in C19. Recessed chamfered stone mullion windows. Small eaves-breaking 2-light attic window with C19 bargeboards to dormer gable, first floor 3-light each side and 2-light right of centre and ground floor 4-light with transom each side and door right of centre. Segmental pointed relieving arches over all windows, flush surrounds without sills. Segmental pointed head to door with stone voussoirs. N end has added lean-to. Rear W has big rubble stone chimney gable projecting with small 3-light timber-mullion window to upper left, apparently late C16, and wall beyond has 3-light timber mullion first floor window (marked as 4-light by Fox & Raglan), apparently then seen as of late C16 date, suggesting that either windows were reused, or that part of the cross-range predates the rest.
Lower range to W has on S front the added big gabled C17 porch with C19 stone finial, first floor small C19 timber oriel over ground floor chamfered Tudor-arched entry. Massive stones to door head with voussoirs over, and jambs have barred pyramid stops. Small chamfered light to each side wall. Within porch studded plank door with strap hinges in bead-moulded frame. Diagonal stops to joists, stepped run-out stop to beam in wall above entry.
Original range to left has first floor painted 3-light timber mullion window under eaves with chamfered mullions. Ground floor larger 3-light painted timber mullion window, set further right (Fox & Raglan mark a six-light window in this position). The end of a cruck spur is visible left of the upper window. W end gable is split, with stack on right part and left part projecting slightly further, with a loft door into this part on N return. Rear N has ground floor lean-to covering perhaps the door and 5-light mullion window marked by Fox and Raglan. First floor centre 3-light mullion window. Two spurs of cruck trusses visible.
Single storey range of outbuildings run W, originally 7 open bays with rubble stone round piers between bays, largely now infilled. Short right hand section in rubble stone has door between single light and 2-light windows in eroded sandstone frames, possibly reused. Corrugated iron roof on oak queen-strut tie-beam trusses.