Early 18th century, re-modelled early 19th century. 2 connecting buildings forming L-plan, 2 and 3 storeys. Sandstone ashlar to front, bull face and render to W, rubble stone to rear, band course at eaves and cornice above 1st floor to W wing, plain margins, quoins.
S ELEVATION: 2-storey wing to right in close; 4 bays, 2 windows to right at ground, 2 doorways to left, that in penultimate bay with 4-pane rectangular fanlight, that to extreme left larger with splayed reveals, wrought-iron lantern above, windows at 1st floor taller. Gable end of 3-storey W wing to left; stugged render over rubble, single bay in return facing E, timber pilastered doorpiece at ground, blinded window at 1st above. Single storey outbuilding adjoining gable end and extending S.
W ELEVATION: 4-bay garden front; re-faced in bull-faced sandstone and render. 5 bays at ground, larger windows at 1st floor, smaller at 2nd. Single storey outbuilding to right.
N ELEVATION: blank rubble wall in close 182 High Street, single storey lean-to to left, No 182 abutting to right.
Timber sash and case windows; 12-pane to S elevation, plate glass at ground and 1st floors to W, 12-pane at 2nd. Grey slate pitched roofs, coped skews, brick gablehead stacks to N, S and E, brick ridge stack and gablehead stack to outbuilding.
INTERIOR: fine plasterwork in principal rooms. Dining Room on 1st floor of E wing; modillion cornice, engaged Corinthian columned chimneypiece, low-relief rococo decoration above mantle, lugged marble insert to fireplace, rococo plasterwork above doorways. Sitting room on 1st floor of W wing; guttae and fleuron cornice, low-relief rococo plasterwork to chimneypiece, lugged marble insert. Cast-iron range in ground floor kitchen with stone flag floor. Basement cellar with stone flag floor. Half-turn staircase with landings, wrought-iron balustrade, domed ceiling above with 2 lights in oculus. Shuttered windows to principal rooms.
BOUNDARY WALLS: rubble stone boundary walls to N, S, E and centre of 2 gardens extending W. Stone flags to courtyard/close.