Early 19th century. 2-storey, 3-bay classical house.
L-plan. Droved grey ashlar to W and N elevations with
raised base and 1st floor cill course, rusticated quoins
and moulded cornice. Harled rear and S gable.
W (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: Ionic doorpiece with cornice and
stone steps. Panelled door with decorative fanlight.
Tall windows flanking at ground floor with smaller 1st
floor windows to each bay. Piend roofed dormer at
E ELEVATION: stair window at centre, flanked to left by
ground and 1st floor windows, and to right by later
19th century addition, advanced and with piend roof.
N GABLE: wide gable with 2 widely spaced windows, with
bipartite above to left and smaller window to right.
Central gable head window.
S GABLE: 2 widely grouped windows to each floor, with
central gable head window, as above. Modern green
house addition to left.
12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows, 9-pane
to 1st floor windows. Grey slates, polygonal, coped
gable head stacks to N elevation; harled gable head
stack to S and battered wallhead stack to E addition.
INTERIOR: tripartite vestibule screen with fanlight.
GATEPIERS AND WALLS: polygonal ashlar gatepiers to N
with moulded coping adjoined to rubble walls. Pedestrian
gate to E of piers and blinded pointed arched opening to
E again. Arrowhead, cast-iron railings with gateway to W
of house by Biel Water.