Earlier/mid 19th century. 2-storey, 3-bay picturesque
Gothick detailed house with single storey extension to N.
Squared snecked rubble with random rubble. Stugged
ashlar dressings with chamfered arrises to openings.
W ELEVATION: gabled, finialled porch at centre with window
to W, panelled door to N. Timber mullioned bipartites
flanking at ground, stone mullioned at 1st floor. Gothick
dormerheads to 1st floor breaking eaves, most ornate to
centre with Y-tracery. Single storey bay to N with timber
E ELEVATION: as W with flat roofed modern extension to left.
Centre window at 1st floor blind.
N GABLE: hoodmoulded, stone mullioned bipartite at ground
to single storey advanced bay with blind pointed slit above.
Plate glass glazing to sash and case windows, and leaded
diamond glazing to casements. Slated roofs; main gables
gablet skews, consoled skewputts. Octagonal stacks
moulded at base and caps, paired on main gableheads.