Dated in window lintel 1724. Wide 2-storey house. Rubble-
built, thinly harled, some moulded window dressings. North
East elevation with off-centre door in bolection moulded
doorpiece flanked by 1 window in each storey to left 2 in
wider wall face to right. (It is possible that this section
was originally symmetrical with left bay but extended perhaps
as a form of buttressing where the land slopes). South west
elevation off-centre modern door flanked by 2 windows, 3
windows in upper floor. 2 piended dormers. Deep crowstepped
gables suggesting building formerly thatched. Low service wing
extends to east, attached to main house by narrow bay.
Garden wall with 2 square gatepiers with ball finials and
good wrought-iron gates.