Late 18th century with later alterations and additions. Quadrangular classical former stable block. Single storey 4-bay ranges to SW and NW (single storey, pitched range, formerly farrier's shed, to NE) with 2-storey, single bay pavilions with tall Diocletian windows at S, W and N angles. Squared sandstone rubble with polished and droved ashlar dressings (brick to parts of NE addition). Base course; band course between ground and 1st floor to pavilions; eaves course; raised margins to openings; channelled quoins.
SW (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: 6-bay, grouped 1-4-1, facing out of courtyard. Architraved doorway in bay to centre; modern, part-glazed door with fanlight. Single window in 2 bays to right of centre. Tripartite windows at ground in pavilion to outer right; Diocletian window at 1st floor above. Modern 3-light window, set wide, in bay to left of centre. Tripartite window at ground in pavilion bay to left; Diocletian window (blinded to sides) with dormer window breaking eaves to centre above. REAR ELEVATION: 3 bay, with modern entrance porch to each re-entrant angle with 2-bay pavilion to extremities. Modern timber door with flanking window to left in bay to centre. Window in each flanking bay. Flat roofed brick addition projecting NE at right angles from ground of pavilion to left; window in each bay at 1st floor above. Single bay projection at right angles from ground of pavilion to right; window at 1st floor in bay to left of centre of pavilion.
NW (COURTYARD ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: 4-bay with central entrance gap, facing out of courtyard; terminal gabled walls to either side of courtyard entrance. (Pavilion to N angle of courtyard, with single storey flanking projections forming a separate dwelling.) Window, with small flanking window, in bays to left and right. Tripartite windows at ground in pavilions; Diocletian windows (sides blinded) at 1st floor above.
NE (REAR) RANGE: outward-facing elevation: single storey, 2-bay rear of former farrier's shed, with window to each bay; single storey, single bay linking wall to 2 storey pavilion with (boarded) door set to left. Inward-facing elevation: divided roughly in half; brick garage addition to right of centre; open sided double pitch (former farrier's) shed to left of centre.
NE ELEVATION: 2-storey, 2-bay pavilion (formerly cart shed) with single storey lean to addition to right and single storey wall with, exit gap, to E angle. Outward-facing elevation: 2 segmental (bricked) arches to ground with dormer window, breaking eaves, above; wallhead stack offset to right between. Inward-facing elevation: modern, part-glazed door with fanlight to re-entrant angle; segmental arch (now half blocked as garage door) at ground to pavilion; window at 1st floor above; boarded door to lean-to addition to right.
Variety of glazing patterns; Stone mullions to tripartites and to Diocletian windows; 12- and 2-pane timber sash and case and casement windows with top hoppers. Grey slate roof; pyramidal roofs to pavilions; corrugated iron flat roof to garage addition; corrugated- iron canopy to double pitch farrier's shed; slate to lean-to cart shed addition; rendered coped stack to ridge of SW range; ashlar coped gablehead stacks to walls of courtyard entrance; ashlar coped stack to N pavilion; rendered coped stack to W pavilion; ashlar skews; cast-iron rainwater goods.
BOUNDARY WALL: sandstone rubble with flat ashlar cope.