Sir John James Burnet, dated 1899. 2-storey, L-plan villa. Harled brick, tooled red ashlar dressings, slate roof with terracotta ridge tiles. Windows mostly fixed multi-pane to top, larger pane casements to bottom, prominent cills, mullions and lintels; bracketted eaves, half-timbered gables; coped stepped wallhead to jamb at right of front elevation; coped stacks, uniform squat terracotta cans.
FRONT ELEVATION: boarded door with window and inscribed lintel 'AD 1899' recessed under swept roof to left, multi-pane dormer above with cat-slide roof; wide flat-roofed bay slightly advanced to right rising through roof, 2 windows to ground floor, tripartite to 1st. Left return gable; stair window, window to 1st floor. Right return elevation: window to ground and 1st floor right, outshot stack from 1st floor to centre, blank flat-roofed bay to left.
REAR ELEVATION: door to left, window to right, lean-to to far right, 1st floor blank.
INTERIOR: large stairwell, pitch pine scale and platt staircase, plain balusters; moulded cornices; boarded doors; some partition walls removed; original (damaged) chimneypiece at ground floor with later insert. BOUNDARY WALL: rubble boundary wall to front.