The tall ashlar tower (offset to the north) is 13th century work in its lower stages, and 14th century above.
To its right, facing west, is the huge five-light 15th century nave window.
With its high nave, large 14th and 15th century windows and its tall steeple, St Michael's is an impressive sight.
Inside, the arcades, chancel and chapel provide fine examples of 13th and 14th century architecture.
Wooden corbel supporting principal rafter on north side of nave.
The 14th century chancel piscina has a crocketed gable with above, a figure surrounded by leaves.
The elegant porch at St Michael's - its doorway flanked by Doric pilasters – is an 18th century addition.