(i) Attached single-bay five-storey storey medieval tower house, c.1425, on a square plan. Restored, 1999. Now in use as guesthouse. Roof not visible behind parapet incorporating cut-stone spouts. Random rubble stone walls with base batter, tooled dressed stone quoins to corners incorporating Sheela-na-Gig, and Irish battlemented parapet having cut-stone chamfered coping. Square-headed window openings (some slit-style) with carved cut-limestone surrounds, and casement windows. Set back from road in own grounds.
(ii) Attached three-bay two-storey farmhouse, c.1800, to east originally thatched possibly incorporating fabric of medieval banqueting hall, pre-1700, on site with single-bay single-storey flat-roofed projecting porch to centre ground floor. Reroofed, c.1850. Restored, 1999. Now in use as guesthouse. Pitched slate roof with clay ridge tiles, rendered chimney stacks having stringcourses, rooflights, and iron rainwater goods on slightly overhanging rendered eaves. Flat roof to porch not visible behind parapet. Rendered walls over random rubble stone construction having slight batter with moulded rendered cornice to porch supporting blocking course to parapet. Square-headed window openings with cut-stone sills, and two-over-two timber sash windows.
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