Circa 1830, style of William Robertson. 2-storey house built
against slope, presenting symmetrical single storey E
entrance front as raised ground floor and symmetrical 2-
storey S garden elevation. Harled with extensive polished
sandstone dressings and margins.
Wide 3-bay E front with centre recessed porch with
pedimented and paired pilaster frontispiece. Panelled door
with narrow sidelights; aproned flanking windows, wide
giant angle pilasters; deep base course.
2-storey, wide S garden front with full-height ashlar canted
windows linked at raised ground floor by verandah supported
by slender pilasters.
Later flat roofed projecting single storey library wing
masks W front with barely recessed centre bay. Circa 1960
3-light bow window to W return library gable.
Various additions and alterations at rear.
Horizontal and multi-pane glazing; symmetrical coped ridge
stacks; shallow piended local slate roof with projecting
INTERIOR: restrained internal detailing. Top lit entrance
Intercommunicating sitting and drawing rooms in S side of
raised ground floor. Carved wooden chimneypiece with marble
slips in sitting room; similar (later insertion) in larger
Later wooden chinmeypiece (said to have come from Glasgow)