Later 18th century. Substantial 2-storey quadrangular
classical stable court converted to housing. Random rubble
with grey ashlar dressings.
N ELEVATION: symmetrical. Wide pedimented raised ashlar
entrance bay; depressed arched carriageway flanked by
paired pilasters, with raised base course, moulded impost
course, frieze, cornice and pediment. 3 window bays to each
side with blinded windows.
S ELEVATION: superimposed pedimented ashlar 3-bay centrepiece
with pilasters. Raised base course, frieze cornice and
pediment. Tall ground floor windows, with doorway inserted
at centre; small 1st floor windows. 2 widely spaced window
bays flanking to each side.
E ELEVATION: 11-bay. Regularly placed windows, some blind;
door and additional openings inserted. 2 outer bays to left
and right raised with piend-roofs.
W ELEVATION: irregular openings at centre with widely spaced
blind windows above. Outer bays detailed as E elevation with
doorway inserted at right.
COURTYARD: roughly cobbled court through ashlar barrel
vaulted pend. Irregular openings. Currently undergoing
further residential conversion (1987). 1st floor windows
breaking eaves at intervals in flat-roofed and piended
Small-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. Slate
piend-roofs. Ashlar wallhead and ridge stacks.