Design from a pattern book by Richard Elsam, published 1803.
Early 19th century picturesque pavilion type cottage, with
symmetrical 1 and 2 storey garden front. Symmetrically
planned with 2 wings to south east. Stugged ashlar with
droved dressings. Entrance at north east in single storey
half-pitched wing, central door with flanking windows, all in
shallow round-headed recesses; single course of masonry of 2-
storey central block rises above outer roof to support eaves
and higher piend roof. Garden front with central, 2 storey
canted bay flanked by single storey half-pedimented, lean-to
bays. Outer windows in shallow round-headed recesses.
Return 3-bay elevation to south west, with bow at left. All
windows with 12-pane sashes except small rectangular upper
windows in canted bay. Shallow pitched or piended slate
roofs. 2 corniced stacks on mid-partition walls. Fine central
stair under a dome with delicate cast-iron balusters, simple
plasterwork and painted panels in the dome.