A detached house, formerly farmhouse. Late 16th and early 17th century, with alterations early 19th century. Large square Portland stone block with ashlar dressings, slate roof. PLAN: a two-part building with the earlier, lower unit to the left, in single-room depth with gable entry in the fireplace wall, and small rear room; the mid-17th century range, to the right, on a slightly larger scale, with double-room depth, gable fireplace, and entry to cross passage to the left. The rear room is separately roofed, with a valley gutter. This is the most substantial remaining secular building dating from before the 18th century in this early village settlement.