Later 19th century, incorporating earlier parts. 2-storey, irregular- plan, gabled villa. Harled, painted margins and angles, slate roof. Base course; margined windows, stop-chamfered at projecting window to S, 4-pane and plate glass glazing, single security bar to 1st floor windows; bracketted eaves, moulded bargeboards; corniced and linked ashlar stacks, and rendered and lined stacks, uniform cans.
W ELEVATION: gable to right, panelled door with chamfered doorcase to right, bipartite window to left, 2 windows to 1st floor, small window to roofspace; bay to left, bipartite to ground floor, window to 1st with gabled dormerhead.
S ELEVATION: slightly advanced gable to centre, tripartite projecting window at ground floor with sidelights, 2 windows to 1st floor, small window to roofspace; recessed bay to left with window to ground floor; recessed bay to right with bipartite at ground floor, window at 1st floor with gabled dormerhead.
E ELEVATION: paired gables to left, 4 windows with French doors to right at ground floor, 4 windows to 1st, further small window to right; lower (earlier) gable slightly advanced to right, window to ground and 1st floor left.
N ELEVATION: irregular elevation consisting of lower block advanced to left with various windows and piended roof, gable to right with lean-to and octagonal pantry masked by single storey office wing connecting to outbuildings.
INTERIOR: fine pitch pine well staircase with barley sugar pilasters; original chimneypieces, doors and shutters; some moulded and decorative cornices, compartmentalised ceiling in drawing room; range of 9 spring bells.
COTTAGE AND OUTBUILDINGS: single storey, irregular U-plan block consisting of rubble-built, slate-roofed cottage and various out-buildings extending from NW angle of house.