Mid 19th century incorporating earlier fabric. 2-storey simple Tudor farmhouse, essentially rectangular plan with projecting gables; single storey service wing. Dressed cream sandstone rubble, deeply chamfered reveals and stone mullions and transoms; ground floor windows bipartite, some with transoms; base course.
NW (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: 3-bay principal block; slightly advanced gabled central bay with projecting single storey gabled stone porch at ground, bipartite window to 1st floor and blind arrowslit in gable; porch with 2-leaf boarded door in deeply chamfered and moulded surround, narrow single windows to returns; bay to left with window at ground, single window under eaves; broader bay to right, window at ground and 1st floor window breaking eaves with gabled stone dormerhead. Recessed 3-bay service wing to left; advanced 2-storey gabled central bay with single windows to both floors, tripartite window to right, door and small closet window to left.
SW ELEVATION: 3-bay; advanced left bay with tripartite window at ground, bipartite to 1st floor, blind arrowslit in gablehead; right bays with tall cross windows at ground, single window breaking eaves with stone gabled dormerhead to left.
SE ELEVATION: 2-bay principal block; advanced gabled bay to right with pair of cross windows at ground, bipartite window above; slightly taller gabled bay to left, cross window at ground, bipartite above; blind arrowslit in gablehead. 3-bay service wing set back to right; advanced 2-storey gabled central bay, bipartite window at ground, single window above and blind arrowslit in gablehead; left bay with window at centre and door to left, and coped crenellated parapet; right bay with 2 small windows.
NE ELEVATION: M-roofed principal block with tall transomed window to left at ground, bipartite above; single window to right of each gable; apex stacks. Service wing attached to right at ground, with pair of blank gables. Small-pane sash and case windows (rising behind transoms). Grey slates; sawtooth coped skews, moulded bracket skewputts, finials. Stugged ashlar stacks with heavy coping; pierced octagonal cans.
INTERIOR: handsome rooms with cornices, panelled shuttering, doors, chimneypieces; wrought-iron stair. Kitchen in 1st bay of service wing with carved lintel dated 1667 and bearing initials RKDCH.