John Burnet and Son, 1914. 2-storey, asymmetrical L-plan Arts and Crafts villa, single storey service wing to NW, conservatory to SW. Harled with ashlar dressings and mullions, mostly mock half-timbering at 1st floor with timber mullioned casement windows. Mock half-timbering corbelled at 1st floor to N, E and S elevations; overhanging bracketted eaves; bargeboarded gables.
N ELEVATION: L-plan with entrance wing advanced to right; 2 bays recessed to left, harled canted corniced bay in re-entrant angle with tall stepped mullioned and transomed stair window. Window to left at ground; bipartite window at 1st floor.
Entrance wing: E elevation; tall gabled bay with architraved doorway off-centre left, keystone, deep-set half-glazed vestibule door. Windows flanking doorway and above at 1st floor; tripartite dormer to left of gable. Gabled return to right (N), narrow window to centre and left, segmental-arched tripartite window to right. Tripartite window to centre at 1st floor, window to outer right. Lower service wing to outer right (see below).
E (SIDE) ELEVATION: gabled; canted full-height window to centre, lights grouped 1-2-1 at ground with ashlar mullions, timber millioned at
1st floor grouped 2-3-2, jettied half-timbered gabled apex above.
S (GARDEN) ELEVATION: mock half-timbering to centre and right at
1st floor; tripartite window to centre at ground, bipartite window above and to right at 1st floor. Canted window to outer right, lights grouped 1-2-1; timber balcony over with French window above. Full-height harled and coped canted window breaking eaves to outer left, lights grouped 1-2-1.
W (SIDE) ELEVATION: conservatory adjoining to SW (see below). 2 narrow windows to left at 1st floor. Slightly advanced bay to outer left
(W elevation of entrance wing) with segmental-arched tripartite window at ground at dormerheaded with swept eaves above. Lower single storey service wing adjoined at right angles to left (see below).
SERVICE WING: N elevation; door to outer left, boarded window to right with window to far right.
CONSERVATORY: rectangular-plan with low harled base; slightly advanced gabled entrance bay to S.
Multi-pane casement windows. Red tiled roofs, harled stacks, original rainwater goods.
INTERIOR: coved ceiling to hall; wainscot to hall and landing at
1st floor, balustraded timber stair with Jacobean applied decoration. Drawing room with Art Nouveau chimneypiece and original wall lights.