Grade II* listed.
Origins in C12 and C14, however largely rebuilt during C19. Building material consists of flint rubble with limestone ashlar quoins, dressings and bands. Roof is C19 and of tile with decorative ridges.
Architectural features include a chancel, north transept, aisled nave, south porch and west tower. There are also corner buttresses.
Windows date from C14 and include various forms of decorated tracery.
Capitals and part of a cable-moulded shaft on the west end of the south aisle. The south wall of the chancel also features a C13 carved head. There is a tympanum over the vestry which was removed from its original place on the north wall of the nave. There are two C15 arches to the south chapel and a C14 four-bay arcade.