Thomas M Cappon, 1904. 2-storey and attic, near rectangular-plan villa with Italianate entrance tower, made L-plan by single storey and attic coach house/stable block to NE. Stugged snecked rubble, stugged and margined red ashlar dressings (tooled at ground floor windows S elevation), green slate platform roof. Single bi- and tripartite windows, chamfered jambs to S elevation; mostly sash and case, plate glass lower sashes, multi-pane uppers. Deep eaves with rounded brackets. Shouldered stacks rising through eaves.
S ELEVATION: 3-stage tower recessed to left, panelled and glazed door with sidelights and multi-pane fanlight within depressed arch doorcase, bipartite window to 1st floor, bipartite segmental-headed window to 2nd floor, (shallow pyramidal roof with decorative cast-iron weathervane finial; 2 windows to ground, 1 to 1st floor left return. Principal part of elevation advanced to right: symmetrical; two 4-light projecting windows at ground floor with windows to left and right returns, linked by semi-platformed roof forming verandah at centre, window to 1st floor centre flanked by tripartites, 4-light flat-roofed horizontal dormer; 1 window to ground floor, 2 to 1st at right return.
E ELEVATION: coach house/stable block; door and window to left, window to 1st floor, 2 gabled dormers, later flat-roofed dormer. Modern sliding patio doors formed from window at left return, later flat- roofed dormerheaded window above.
N ELEVATION: main house recessed to right; small bipartite window to ground floor centre, multi-pane stair window above, flanked by bipartites at ground and 1st floor, further single window to 1st floor right. Coach house/stable block advanced to left; 2 small windows to ground floor, gables dormerheaded window breaking through eaves above; large depressed-arch carriage entrance (infilled with modern garage door) flanked by doors at right return, tripartite dormerheaded window breaking through eaves with half-timbered gable, later flat-roofed dormer; extended cellars etc to NW gable.
INTERIOR: scale and platt stairs with turned balusters; decorative cornices; keystoned and consoled segmental arches at hall and landing; original chimneypieces removed.