Early 19th century, 3-bay classically detailed farmhouse,
made L-plan by later 19th century wing to N. 2-storey. Rubble
sandstone, squared and coursed on S elevation with ashlar
dressings, raised quoins, eaves and base courses.
S ELEVATION: broad, pilastered doorpiece at centre with
tripartite door in segmental archway; panelled door with side
lights and fanlight. Recessed segmental panels flanking,
inset with tripartite windows with stone pilaster mullions,
blind tympana. 3, 1st floor windows.
N ELEVATION: stair window of original house evident at
centre, partly obscured by piend-roofed porch set in
re-entrant angle and by 2-storey extension to N at right,
with 2 ground floor, narrow windows.
W ELEVATION: 4-bay. 2 windows at each floor to original
house; more closely grouped windows to left extension, with
single ground floor window and 2 at 1st floor, that to outer
12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows with 2 of
plate glass. Wallhead stacks to gable ends of early 19th
century house, one in stone, heightened in brick, the other
brick. Slated piend roof with lead flashings. Some original
INTERIOR: winding stair with plain balustrade.