William Burn, dated 1826; service wing extended early 20th century. 2-storey and basement on falling ground with single, 2- and 3-storey service wings, irregular-plan, plain Tudor-style country house. Sandstone ashlar with droved angles, grey slate roof. Base course at S, E and W elevations, string course at 1st floor S and E elevations; windows mostly bi- and tripartite with chamfered and cavetto moulded margins and mullions, originally lying-pane glazing in sash and case frames, now mostly plate-glass; gabled dormerheads to 1st floor windows of main house (arrow slit ventilators at S elevation) with scroll skewputts and gabletted coping; similarly coped skew gables, some with finials, others with corbelled single and linked diagonal gable stacks (some at ridges and wallheads); plain cast-iron rainwater goods (decorative hopper at entrance porch).
E ELEVATION: 3-bay, asymmetrical. Single storey gabled entrance porch at centre approached by steps with open-work/pierced balustrade and ball-finialled dies, 2-leaf panelled and studded door, moulded doorcase, heraldic panel above with stepped hoodmould, bipartite window recessed at left. Bipartite at 1st floor of recessed main gable above with small round-headed and shouldered window at left. Single storey gable with bipartite slightly recessed at right forming upper floor of N elevation service block. Advanced gable at left, blind tripartite window at ground floor with painted astragals, tripartite at 1st floor, gable stack.
S ELEVATION: 5-bay, near symmetrical. 2 bays slightly advanced at right with 2 tripartite windows at ground and 1st floor; 3 bays at left, advanced 5-light rectangular window with panelled frieze and coped parapet at left, tripartite at right with entrance steps,
3 bipartites at 1st floor.
W ELEVATION: 3 original bays at right; recessed centre bay has bipartite window at basement and ground; slightly advanced gable at right with tripartite at ground and 1st floor and single gable stack; further advanced gable at left with advanced covered basement tripartite at ground and 1st floor and gable stack, tripartite at ground floor right return and bipartite at 1st. 3 later (service) bays advanced at left; covered basement as above continues at right, centre gable with tripartite at ground and 1st floor, bipartites at ground and 1st floor at left and right bays; further bays at left with bipartite at basement and modern 1st floor addition.
N ELEVATION: altered. Basement and 2-storeys with various windows, including 12-pane, lying-pane, plate-glass and uPVC framed sash and case, and leaded stair window. Early 20th century service wing advanced at right with doors and various windows; original larder/dairy at left with stone shelf and internal louvred vent at window.
INTERIOR: moulded cornices and some original chimneypieces; well stair with decorative cast-iron balusters and octagonal timber newel posts; bathroom with Delft-style tiles at W of house, Art-Deco style bathroom at E; vaulted cellars.
HA-HA AND TERRACE STEPS: long dry-stone ha-ha at S with set of projecting steps, perhaps pre-dating the present house; 2 sets of terrace steps with coped balustrade and ball-finialled dies.
WALL WITH BEE-BOLES: 4 bee-holes in dry stone wall at W.
GATEPIERS AND ADJOINING WALLS: 2 ashlar gatepiers with moulded caps and ball finials, 2 angle dies adjoining with sweeping quadrants and roll-moulded coping terminating in pyramidal capped piers.