Sir John James Burnet, 1902-3. Edwardian baroque
single storey library with some sculptured detail,
serpentine front with wide shallow-curved portico on
paired Tuscan columns (doors in recessed area within),
diminutive roof dome behind balustrade. Outer bays
treated as ends of flanking ranges whose rear elevation
are pedimented, each with canted bay and oculus in
tympanum; 3 oculi in wall area between; 5-bay flanks.
Stugged ashlar with polished dressings, channelled angle
pilasters, deep entablatures, roof balustrades with
sculptured urns; segmental-arched windows with original
glazing. Slated pitched and leaded flat roofs. Interior
has deep mutule cornices, coffered and segmental-vaulted
Enclosed by decorative iron railings.