Earlier 18th century house with additions of early 19th
century. Symmetrical with classical details, 2-storey and
attic originally rectangular with additional later W wing
giving L-plan house. Harled S elevation, otherwise painted
rubble. Smooth rusticated quoins to all angles, polished
raised margins with chamfered arrises.
5-bay main elevation to S with centre 3-bays shallow advanced
and pedimented. 19th century hipped porch to centre with
raised angle margins. Lugged architrave to door re-used from
Double-leaf panelled doors. Ground floor windows widened in
19th century, upper windows original dimensions. All sash and
case with 12-pane glazing. Octagonal window to centre of
pediment tympanum. Piended slate roof central axial corniced
stacks with angle margins.
N ELEVATION: originally as above, 19th-century 2-storey
gabled jamb at right angles. Re-used quoins to angles and
some re-used window margins.
Timber bracketted eaves to gable, slate roof, coped axial
Further small single-storey wing to N with rusticated quoins,
gabled slate roof with end stack.
To W piend-roofed painted rubble outbuilding adjoins 19th
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