Attributed to James Black, early 19th century. 2-storey and raised basement, rectangular-plan, 3-bay, small classical country house. Rubble, stugged and margined pink ashlar dressings, slate platform roof. Upper floors slightly set-back from basement over thin band course; thinly-margined angles and windows; thin cill band to principal floor S elevation, band course to 1st floor, shallow corniced parapet. Mostly 12-pane sash and case windows, taller at principal floor and recessed in ashlar panels at S elevation.
S ELEVATION: slightly advanced centre bay, steps oversailing basement to tripartite doorpiece with segmental astragalled fanlight, open Ionic columned porch (volutes broken) with modern glazed in-fill, tripartite window to 1st floor (centre blocked and painted as window); slightly recessed bays to left and right, 2 windows at basement, principal and 1st floor (in recessed panel with ashlar apron at principal floor and 9-pane at 1st floor); wide angle pilasters at outer left and right.
E ELEVATION: 2 windows to basement, principal and 1st floor (1st floor left blocked and painted as window).
W ELEVATION: similar to E elevation but 1st floor right blocked.
N ELEVATION: door and 4 windows to basement, boiler house addition advanced at right; 2 widely spaced windows to principal and 1st floor; blank wallplane to centre, drum stairwell wall rising through roof with rooflight.
INTERIOR: entrance hall with ribless quadripartite vaulting, tripartite inner doorpiece and fanlight reflecting outer door; round central hall, geometric cantilevered stone staircase with decorative cast-iron balusters, round cover ceiling with facetted conical rooflight, all joinery in central hall grained; some original chimneypieces; bow-ended drawing room and dining room with sideboard recess, simply decorated cornices; unaltered basement offices (range removed), barrel-vaulted passage.
OUTBUILDING: original rectangular-plan, piend-roofed stone outbuilding to rear forming kitchen court, made L-plan by addition of brick generator house (some electrical fittings extant).
WALLED GARDEN: large parallelogram-plan walled garden some distance to E, round-coped rubble, entrances to N, S and W (S entrance doorway broken down and enlarged).