Double pile house; earlier part a plain, south-facing,
altered 2-storey 3-bay late 18th/early 19th century house,
(lower) earlier 19th century single storey over basement
villa-type north block added. Painted rubble and ashlar
dressings, south elevation of addition rendered at ground
floor. Original house: canted outer bays (later 19th century
additions) to south linked by modern sun lounge; end stacks.
Addition: north-facing with bowed east wall; round-headed
windows with unusual looped glazing pattern; north elevation:
3 bays, inner bay slightly advanced with tetrastyle
pilastered and pedimented centrepiece, former central door
now a window (fanlight retained; steps spanning basement area
removed). Windows have pilastered jambs; base course;
cornice; blocking course; piended roof. Roofs slated. Spiked
cast-iron railings above basement area.