Grade II* listed.
Building materials consist of uncoursed limestone rubble with ashlar dressings and gabled stone-slate roofs.
Features include an early C13 tower, chancel and nave.
Windows date from C13-C16 and include a C13 pointed Norman lancet to the South and a restored C14 lancet to the north. C15-C16 windows contain three and four light designs and also examples of lozenge tracery.
A C17 porch is another interesting feature with a chamfered oak frame. The south door is C12 and has zig-zag carving to a roll-moulded arch.
C12 niche for piscina. The chancel arch was restored in C19. Other fixtures and fittings are C19 and C20. There is a C15 octagonal stone font in Decorated style.