Farmhouse, originally open hall with service and parlour ends. In the late 16th or early 17th century the stack and floor were inserted, the roof was rebuilt and a kitchen was added to the north side. In the mid-late 18th century the parlour range to the south was added. The house is timber framed on a brick sill with a steeply pitched corrugated iron roof, originally reed thatch. With the insertion of the stack the plan was converted from that of a cross passage to a lobby entry.