Grade II listed.
C13 origins. Building materials consist of uncoursed limestone rubble with ashlar dressings. The roof is of lead, with the exception of old tiles on the chancel roof.
Features include a C15 tower, south transept, and a C14 west porch. The chancel and nave are C13.
Windows range from C13 to C15 and are of two and three lights with decorated tracery.
Other features include a crenelated parapet with gargoyles. The west porch is also interesting and includes a Tudor-arched doorway with classical engravings.
Medieval style floor tiles. The nave includes a Jacobean pulpit with C17 pews. The roof interior is C16 and features arch braces from vertical side struts.