Sir Robert Lorimer, 1907. Single-storey, Voyseyesque Arts and Crafts, T-plan hall with lower projecting entrance porch to stret (N) elevation, 4-bay hall, services in wider block at rear. Harled, painted white with cream sandstone base course, margins and lower half of porch. Battered walls to porch and buttresses, projecting flat-roofed porches to N, W, and E elevations with band course at wallhead, long ogee-roofed dormerheaded windows to each side bay, swept and overhanging wooden eaves.
N (STREET) ELEVATION: gabled with thermal window over porchm arrowslit to gablehead with sandstone apex detail; porch with 2-leaf boarded doors on both returns, window to N Elevation, band course at wallhead rising in semi-circular motif over doors and window.
W (SIDE) ELEVATION: 4 symmetrical bays divided by buttresses, porch to re-entrant angle of T with door to N elevation and window to side elevation.
E (SIDE) ELEVATION: mirror image of above with later flat-roofed addition added to N elevation of porch.
BLOCK AT REAR:
W AND E (SIDE) ELEVATIONS: 2 windows.
S (REAR) ELEVATION: 5 bays; 3 closely slpaced and advanced windows to centre, window to outer right and left, modern flat-roofed addition on left return.
18-pane sash and case windows (12-pane to rear block). Grey slate roof, triangular vents to hall, piended roof to rear block, rendered stacks.
Low sandstone plinth to street, railings removed.