James Barbour 1879 (dated), with earlier 19th century
tripartite-plan villa incorporated at rear. Rubble-built,
ashlar dressings, all painted: roofed with graded slates.
ORIGINAL HOUSE: 2 storeys over basement: 3-bay north
elevation: hood-moulded ground floor openings with cills
lowered to base course; square 1st floor windows with
vertical glazing to sashes; cill course; stacks with cavetto
cornices; projecting eaves (?re-roofed by Barbour).
1879 HOUSE: picturesque; mainly 2 storeys, pyramidal-roofed
3-storey square entrance tower off-centre, huge cross-window
fills bay adjoining to left (hall within); left bay and
flanks all with projecting windows gabled above wall-head.
Small-paned sash windows. Projecting eaves.