Mid 18th century, 2-storey and attic house, wide 3 bays. Harl
pointed rubble, tooled ashlar dressings. Projecting square
porch, with piended slate roof, later round-headed entrance
and fanlight, masks centre door, with additional later window
at right. 2 small piended dormers. Single windows in ground
floor, east; each gable has narrow slit vent to light attic.
12-pane glazing; end stacks; slate roof. Single storey and
attic, 2-bay mid 19th century rear wing.
Set back and flanking each gable is short length of
crenellated walling, with re-used marriage stone dated 1628
inserted at west.
Interior: simple moulded doorpieces; original fielded
panelled doors in older part of house. 2 18th century carved
marble chimney pieces in east drawing room (formerly 2
rooms); 1, possibly by John Cheere (died 1787), from former
Cawdor property in Wales, the second said to have come from
a house in Westminster Abbey precincts, London, brought north
by an earlier Campbell of Cawdor. Elliptical stair with
cantilevered stone treads and simple balusters.