Nave and chancel church, with barrel vaulted nave and chancel of which the lower vault springing remains on both sides. Considerably restored. Rubble masonry, with slate-like stone in irregular courses. Side walls and gable walls of nave and chancel remain, but vaults and roof missing. Probably had upper chamber between barrel vault and steep-pitched stone roof. E gable has traces of a blocked window with inclined jambs and a flat lintel. W extension added later as a 2-storey living quarters (now roofless and missing S wall). W doorway of nave is square-headed with a rough, flat lintel. S wall of nave has round-headed window.
Not known. Not recorded in Gwynn & Hadcock.
P. Harbison, Guide to the National & Historic Monuments of Ireland, Dublin 1970, 257; 1992, 346.