Dated 1740. 2-storey and attic, symmetrical S facing 5-bay
house. All harled. Centre entrance masked by later glazed
timber porch with top light accommodating armorial panel
and marriage stone set above moulded doorpiece; drawbar to
doorway; modern door.
Narrow windows, longer in 1st floor (probably lengthened);
ground and 1st floor fenestration paired in outer bays. Single
1st floor window in west return gable; 3 piended dormers.
6 and 9-pane glazing. End stacks; slate roof.
Late 18th/early 19th single storey and attic range extends to
rear with later piended dormers breaking wallhead; ridge and
end stacks; slate roof.
Interior; some original ceiling cornices survive in front
ground floor rooms. Timber stair with square newels of heavy
section topped by ball finials; stairwell panelled to handrail
level with corresponding pilaster-like newels at corners,