Honeyman, Keppie and Mackintosh, 1906, now (1988) reduced by approximately one third and roughly L-plan.
Asymmetrical, 2-storey country house of stugged, squared
masonry with polished dressings.
MAIN ENTRANCE ELEVATION: U-plan with single storey porch in
the left re-entrance angle; additional single storey billiard
room extension with canted E. end. Windows sash and case set
behind stone transoms, upper sash small pane, lower plate
Wallhead parapets, gablehead and ridge stacks, slate roof.
INTERIOR: lavishly fitted interior. The surviving rooms
retain high quality panelling and plasterwork.
HALL AND STAIRCASE: in Jacobean style; 2/3rds panelled,
chequered black and white marble floor; stair with screen at
foot, alternatively stick and cut-out balusters.
DINING ROOM: elaborately screened inglenook and green marble
and timber chimney-piece. Panelled reveals to bay window.
DRAWING ROOM (now reduced in size)
deep white and grey marble surround set into carved timber
chimneypiece (carving displays sinuous details reminiscent of Mackintosh).
BILLIARD ROOM: elaborately panelled, Jacobean-style inglenook
with marble fire surround; top lit.
SMALL STUDY: panelled with small chimneypiece.
1ST FLOOR GALLERY: shallow plaster barrel vault with 17th
century-style decorated panels.
Good door furniture survives.
GARDEN GATE: rusticated masonry piers with obelisks.
Elaborate cast-iron gates in Jacobean-manner.