Stable and coach-house block, early to mid 19th century.
Main elevation facing driveway: one storey ashlar, advanced
ends and elaborate central entry to courtyard. Blocking
course with slate roof behind, blind round arched lancets,
doors to ends with block cornices. Main carriage entry,
with arched voussoirs, impost bands and massive 6-panel
doors, flanked by panelled pilasters through main cornice
to block pediment. One window bay with similar treatment to
return flanks, rest of outer elevation plain with an outshot
range to main road. Courtyard is partly filled with later
sheds, loft doors rise into roof on entrance side where
stabling retains original wooden stalls with cast-iron
columns, acanthus capitals and fretted arched plates.
South range contains dwelling accommodation.