So, back to the mill. Architectural details for dummys coming right up. It was an L-shaped structure at its greatest extent, possibly arrived at in three stages of development. The original building may have been a single, two-storey range built of well-course sandstone. A later wing on the south-east side is part brick, part rubblestone, and the three part-surviving gables suggest the later addition of a third storey over both parts, built of brick.