1908 (dated). Simple traditional-style. Arts and Crafts, 2-storey, asymmetrical house. Harled.
W (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: central section recessed: conservatory to left, with window to left and door into house to right; segmental-arched glazed panels on low harled wall; 2 windows to right at ground floor; 3 windows at 1st floor; inscription above conservatory, "As for me and my house we will serve the Lord". Broad gable advanced to outer right: canted angles at ground floor, corbelled to square at 1st floor; window to W and to canted angles at ground floor; 2 windows to W, with "EA 1908 QA" inscribed above, and window to N return, at 1st floor. Piended bay advanced to left of recessed section, with window to both floors. Circular corner tower to outer left, with conical roof; 1st floor corbelled out; windows to W, NX
and N to both floors.
N ELEVATION: gabled, with window at centre to both floors. Circular tower (see above) adjoined to right.
E (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: L-plan, formed by broad jerkin-headed jamb advanced to left.
ELEVATION TO RIGHT: porch in antis to left, set behind glazed panel on low harled wall, with central 2-leaf semi-glazed door; 3 windows above at 1st floor. Square-plan stair tower at centre, with rounded angles and piended roof; window to left of centre at ground floor and to right of centre at 1st floor to E; window to right at 1st floor to N return. Window to left at ground floor and to right at 1st floor, to right.
N RETURN OF JAMB: door to left; windows at centre and to right at ground floor and with gabled dormerheads at 1st floors.
JERKIN-HEADED ELEVATION TO LEFT: 3 windows to centre and right at ground floor; 4 windows at 1st floor; single storey piended wing to left, continued round from S elevation, with 4 windows.
S ELEVATION: gabled section to left: window to left and 2 windows to right at ground floor; window to left and right at 1st floor; 2 small windows in gablehead. Window to left and right to both floors and at centre at ground floor to right; single storey piended wing adjoined to right.
Mainly 12-pane glazing in sash and case windows; some 6-pane glazing to E elevation, some sash and case, some fixed. Coped harled stacks: gablehead to N, ridge at centre to W, several set midway down pitches of S jamb, and wallhead at SE angle of single storey wing. Slightly graded grey slates. Terracotta cans. Snow-guard at eaves above conservatory.