18th century, rebuilt 1897, with later additions and alterations. 2-storey with basement, 9-bay gabled house (grouped 2-1-3-1-2); near H-plan with flat-roofed porch at centre; gabled wing extended to outer right; later flat-roofed, single storey addition to outer left. Harl-pointed tooled cream sandstone rubble; sandstone ashlar dressings (droved in part). Moulded eaves course to sides and rear; tooled quoins (stugged in part); stugged long and short surrounds to raised margins; flush cills throughout.
NW (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: wide balustraded stone stair at centre oversailing basement. Flat-roofed, 3-bay porch centred at ground with advanced central entrance comprising 2-leaf timber panelled and dentilled door, architraved surround, coat-of-arms in surmounting panel, flanking polygonal columns (engaged) on panelled plinths; single windows in recessed flanking bays; continuous cornice and blocking course. 3-bay kneelered gable aligned above entrance with round-arched window at centre; square-headed windows to right and left; corbelled apex stack. Windows at basement flanking entrance; large windows aligned at ground; small, gabled windows breaking eaves at 1st floor with windows to right and left respectively. Full-height, 2-bay gabled wing slightly advanced to outer left fully fenestrated
blocked at basement to right); blind rectangular-panel centred in kneelered gablehead; surmounting apex stack. Full-height, 2-bay gabled wing projecting to outer right (further than that to left) fully fenestrated; blind rectangular panel centred in kneelered gablehead; surmounting apex stack. Flat-roofed, single storey addition with walled and hoop-railed courtyard to front adjoined to outer left.
SW (SIDE) ELEVATION: 5-bay at ground. Full-height gabled bay advanced to outer left with bipartite window at basement; large bipartite window aligned at ground floor; bipartite window breaking eaves at 1st floor; blind rectangular panel centred in kneelered gablehead. Window at basement in subsequent bay to right. Windows at all floors in remaining 4 bays to right (upper, gabled windows breaking eaves; blocked basement openings in 2 bays to outer right).
SE (REAR) ELEVATION: 7-bay, grouped 1-5-1. 5-bay block recessed at centre with small windows to basement; windows in all bays at ground; round-arched window in corbelled gablehead breaking eaves at centre; corniced apex stack; gabled windows breaking eaves in remaining bays to left and right. Full-height gabled wings advanced to outer left and right with 2 single windows at basement; large tripartite windows centred at ground; windows centred at 1st floor (blocked and beneath eaves course to left; breaking eaves course to right); blind panels centred in gableheads; surmounting apex stacks. Flat-roofed, single storey, 4-bay block recessed to outer right.
NE (SIDE) ELEVATION: later single storey block with railed enclosure to front projecting at basement. 5-bay block behind with various square-headed openings (predominantly blocked); round-arched window breaking eaves at centre. Projecting 3-bay wing recessed to outer right with single and bipartite windows at basement; single windows in all bays at ground (narrow opening to outer left); gabled bipartite window centred above, breaking eaves.
4-, 8- and 12-pane glazing in timber sash and case windows; small rooflights at rear. Grey slate roof; stone-coped skews; rolled skewputts with embossed floral motifs at rear. Coped and corniced ridge, wallhead and apex stacks (predominantly rendered); octagonal cans. Cast-iron rainwater goods.
INTERIOR: refurbished late 20th century. Entrance hall with modern floor covering; part panelled, part plain painted walls. Decorative cornice with prominent dentils. Timber panelled doors throughout; some pilastered and corniced surrounds; some shouldered window surrounds. Reception rooms with boarded timber floors; various fireplaces (that in the dining room dated '1897'); timber dado panelling in part; decorative cornices; some panelled ceilings. Main dogleg stair comprising balustered uprights, square-plan, panelled timber newels with carved finials, panelled dado lining stair-well. 1st floor bedrooms with plain plasterwork. Extensive basement with timber panelled doors; service bells and dumb waiter in place; cellar.
GATEPIERS: square-plan, coursed and tooled cream sandstone piers flanking main entrance to E (obscured by foliage to N). Corniced, pyramidal caps; gates missing.