Earlier 18th century. Tall 2-storey and dormerless attic,
3-bay house with continuous 19th century single bay addition
at W gable forming irregular 4-bay frontage. House flanked at
right angles by low 2-storey blocks, linked by curved
mono-pitch quadrants to both house and front garden wall
forming courtyard/garden. Harled, tooled and polished ashlar
dressings and margins.
Centre entrance in slightly advanced and gabled bay with
round-headed moulded jambs with acanthus detailing to
keystone and imposts. Segmental-headed attic window in gable
with similar detailing to keystone.
Modern glazing; large modern sun parlour fronts house End
stacks, those serving original house with deep roll moulded
copes; slate roof.
Centre entrance to garden approached by steps; pair simple
square ashlar gatepiers with shallow pyramidal caps; pair