For this church:
All of the building is constructed of stone, described in the listing as 'coursed and squared rubble, ashlar and dressed stone'. It is a kind of sandstone, and there is evidence of weathering at the east end. The church has slate roofs, and the porch has a stone slate roof.
The ruins of Wansley Hall are within Selston Parish. The hall, and a barn standing close to it, are constructed of the same stone as the church.