Circa 1879. 2 storey with 3 storey tower, 3 bay baronial villa. Bullfaced squared and snecked sandstone with droved dressings. Base course; dividing string courses between storeys; strip quoins; chamfered reveals; crowstepped gables.
S (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: asymmetrical; 3 storey entrance tower recessed to left; architraved doorway with advanced consoled pedimented canopy surmounted by decorative finials to left and right; recessed panelled timber door reached by 2 stone steps; carved heraldic panel to 1st floor reading ?NISI COMINUS FRUSTRA?; window to 2nd floor; crenellated parapet corbelled out on 2 tier modillions. Regular fenestration to centre bay. Slightly advanced gabled bay to right with canted bay window through 2 storeys; blind panel set in gablehead; carved stone finial to apex.
E ELEVATION: asymmetrical, 2 storey, 2 bay to left, with single storey, 3 bay wing to right. Window to right bay of ground floor; regular fenestration to left and right bays of 1st floor. Wing: advanced, gabled bipartite window to centre; window to flanking bay to left; advanced gabled bay to right with wide doorway off centre to left at ground with 3 leaf glazed boarded timber door; boarded timber door set in gablehead; long and short quoins; carved stone finial to apex.
N ELEVATION: asymmetrical; single storey wing advanced to ground obscuring rear of Villa. Boarded timber door with letterbox fanlight to outer right; flanked by window to left.
W ELEVATION: asymmetrical; 3 storey, single bay entrance tower to outer right; 5 bay, single storey wing to left. Regular fenestration to each storey of tower; window to left return of 2nd floor. Wing: 2 leaf boarded timber door to penultimate bay to right; window to bay to right. Gabled 3 bays to left with boarded timber doorway with letterbox fanlight to centre; boarded timber shutter to flanking bay to right; window to flanking bay to left.
Predominantly 2 pane and 4 pane timber sash and case windows. Grey slate roof with lead ridge; crowstepped skews with moulded skewputts. Bull faced, coped, shouldered wallhead stacks with circular cans; ridge stack to N wing; stack to E of entrance tower. Cast iron rainwater goods.
INTERIOR: the principal interior (1st floor bedroom, formerly the board room for the Reservoir Committee) has a fine coomb ceiling with deeply undercut cornice in a stiff waterlily and bulrush design.