A very small cruck-framed farmhouse, the walls partly random rubble, partly timber-framed and partly brick, now painted white; with a roof of modern red clay pantiles, half-hipped at the NW end, and a short square rubble chimney. It has 3 main bays on a NW/SE axis, facing SW, with a chimney stack at the junction of the 2nd and 3rd bays and a cross-passage on the SE side of that. One low storey with a loft. The SW front has a square-headed doorway offset to the right of the chimney, with heavy oak jambs and mason-mitred lintel. Immediately to the left, on a plinth about ¾m high, is a cruck-stud with the exposed end of a cruck-tie in its top right corner; and at the junction of the 1st and 2nd bays is a similar cruck-stud likewise on a plinth and with the exposed end of a tie in its top right corner. The plinth continues across the hall-bay as far as the NW side of the chimney-wall, carrying a sill-beam tenoned into the foot of the cruck-stud to the left, and 5 relatively thin studs, the first 2 more widely spaced and linked by a rail forming the head of a renewed 2-light window. To the left, the 1st bay is narrow and entirely rubble-built, and contains a small renewed 2-light window. To the right of the doorway, the 3rd bay has a slightly lower plinth and five slightly taller and broader studs, with a mid-rail between the 3rd and 4th forming the head of a small 1-light window. In the NW gable is an exposed cruck truss, underbuilt with rubble up to the tie-beam. The rear wall, the lower half of which is rubble (the plinth) and the upper now of brick, with the exposed ends of cruck-ties at the junctions of the bays, has a simple wooden doorway to the cross-passage, a renewed 1-light window to the left, and a renewed 2-light window to the hall-bay. In the roof above is a renewed flat-topped dormer window, and to the left are 2 small skylights.