Grade II listed.
Built C19 by Franklins and Hopcrafts of Deddington.
Building materials consist of regular coursed ironstone rubble and limestone dressings, with a steeply pitched pain tile roof.
Central features include a chancel, nave, and central tower. The windows are in Decorated/Gothic Revival style and contain examples of three and two light windows with intersecting tracery.
The tower is three storeys high and features a plain tile pyramidal roof.