1762, including earlier fabric and later work. 2-storey and attic, and 3-storey, L-plan house with cellar. Brick with stone dressings, built on stone foundations of older house. Stone and rendered base course. Raised stone quoins and long and short margins. Relieving arches.
W (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: irregular fenestration. Cavetto doorpiece to left, curved canopy on wrought-iron brackets, rectangular 3-pane fanlight, 2-leaf panelled doors. Window centred above at 1st floor and window immediately to right at 1st floor. Window to right at ground and doorway to extreme right.
S ELEVATION: framing entrance courtyard; 3 bays, doorway to right at ground with narrow rectangular fanlight, tall stair window above rising through 1st and 2nd floors. 2 bays to left symmetrical with windows at ground, 1st and 2nd floors. Gable end of main wing to right; window to left at 1st floor, small window to centre in gablehead.
E ELEVATION: symmetrical 5-bay garden front; 9-step stone flight and platt leading to full-height doorway and window with curvilinear head, 2-leaf glazed doors at ground, timber dentil cornice, large stained glass window above with leaded lights. Stone-mullioned tripartite window flanking at round, 2 windows above at 1st floor, canted dormer above outer bays, later dormer to centre.
Predominantly 12-pane timber sash and case windows. Grey slate pitched roofs, decorative terracotta ridge tiles, coped skews. Substantial brick gablehead stacks to N, S and W.
INTERIOR: rubble cellar of original house with notable brick, lined wine bins. Stone flagged entrance hall, broad dog-leg staircase with fine wrought-iron balustrade, each baluster containing leaf forms and flower-heads, 19th Century stained glass to landing window. Principal rooms on 1st floor; that to right with fluted Corinthian pilasters, decorative cornice, frieze and ceiling. That to left with round-arched full-height niche and decorative cornice. Rooms in W wing smaller, bedroom at 2nd floor with deep coving. 18th Century, 2 panel doors remain throughout house. Kitchen at lower level in W wing with exceptional keystoned range against W gale. Semi-circular oven flue projection on outside of W gable.
BOUNDARY WALLS: brick and rubble boundary walls to rear (E) and side (S).