Earlier 18th century pavilion with later stable and
hayloft adjoined, converted for residential purposes.
White painted harl with ashlar dressings.
PAVILION: 1 of pair of ogivally-roofed pavilions,
originally identical; rectangular plan. Forestair
removed; 2 windows to SE elevation to both floors, and
to ground at SW, with 1 1st floor window. Grey slate
ogee roof with scalloped lead flashings; stables adjoined
to NW; wallhead stack.
STABLE AND HAYLOFT: rectangular plan with catslide
addition to NE, adjoined to retaining wall where
blocked segmental carriage arch indicates former
entrance. Irregular windows to SW elevation.
Small-pane glazing patterns in sash and case and fixed