Late 18th century; 2-storey and attic, 3-bay, L-plan house, made irregular-plan by single storey addition to front, earlier 20th century; major renovations 1970s.
Harled rubble, slate roof. Margined windows to front and W gable, variety of glazing patterns predominantly 12-pane sash and case; half-piended canted dormers with plate-glass sash and case glazing, bipartite dormer at rear. Coped skews with skew blocks, coped end stacks.
S ELEVATION: single storey flat-roofed projection to centre, partially glazed door with large diamond-paned glazing pattern, window to left return. 2-leaf partially glazed door with fanlight to left re-entrant with projecting open round-arched porch; bipartite round-headed 12-pane casements at main house to left, sinilar to right but square-headed, 3 vertical 12-pane casements to 1st floor, 2 dormers, 1 rooflight. E return gable blank.
W ELEVATION: gable to right, 2 windows to ground floor, 1 to 1st, half-piended roof to left return; narrow single storey bay with window to far left; higher wide single storey bay with window to far left; higher, wide single storey blank bay to outer left.
N ELEVATION: multi-pane glazed door and 2 windows to canted entrance porch with segmental conical roof at right re-entrant, multi-pane stair window to left, dormer above, bipartite window to far left, window to 1st floor; 2-storey gable advanced to right, window to left flanked by grotesque mask corbel stones, 2 windows to slightly higher bay to right, further mask corbel to right return elevation.
INTERIOR: not seen.
GARDEN HOUSE: single storey, rectangular-plan garden house. Rubble. Roof collapsed and structure almost entirely covered with creeper. Door and 2 windows with chamfered margins to N elevation, datestone 'AD 1683' inset to left; lintel dated '1683' to door at S. Coped rubble wall adjoins to E and W gables.