Grade II* listed.
Origins late C12/early C13 but restored during C19. Building materials consist of limestone rubble with ashlar dressings. Roofs are of plain tile.
Architectural features include an aisled nave, chancel, north transept and south porch.
Windows date from early C13 and include original lancets in the chancel, although these may be reset as the chancel is almost completely rebuilt.
The north wall of the nave features a Romanesque doorway and a two-light C15 window. The vestry is C19 and extends the north aisle.
The chancel contains a painted arcade and C19 oak fittings with a C13 style screen. The north arcade contains C13 stiff leaf capitals.