17th century, L-plan, with later 17th century tower to front. E wing and stables added late 18th century. Original house essentially 2-storey, 3-bay, E wing of similar proportions. Random rubble, raised margins, harled and gabled. S wing collapsed from mining subsidence 1968.
W AND S WINGS:
N ELEVATION: 3-bay, irregular. Door to ground on eastmost bay (original, otherwise blank). Ogee-roofed tower with finial advanced to central bay; single window off-centre to W at 1st floor; bipartite window at 1st floor and single window at 2nd floor to N. Flanked on E bay by advanced gabled tower, string course; doorway with plain classical architrave, 4-panelled door recessed, segmental arched fanlight above, single window to 1st floor.
S ELEVATION: asymmetrical, 2 windows to both ground and 1st floor, tripartite canted dormer in roofspace. S wing largely collapsed, but still incorporating rear door in W angle of return and vestigial window openings.
W ELEVATION: single small window to loft. Adjoin stables (see below).
N ELEVATION: symmetrical 3-bay, 3 windows to both ground and 1st floor.
S ELEVATION: now blank, other than small window to W on ground floor.
Windows timber sash and case, originally 12-pane, some on E wing now plate glass. Roofs in graded Scotch slate, crowstepped gable to W end, E wing with ashlar skews and rolled skewputts. Stacks largely rendered, deteriorating, 2 to gables, 1 to ridge, 1 to rear wall on W wing, cans irregular and mostly missing.
INTERIOR: not viewed in detail (1996) but contains many original, if plain, features of interest.
STABLES AND BOUNDARY WALL: 2 symmetrical 2-storey blocks behind high W boundary wall, around courtyard enclosed by brick wall to E; door and window to ground floor, 2 windows to 1st floor facing courtyard on each block; single storey brick lean-tos to E. Windows timber sash and case, 12-pane, roofs piended in graded Scotch slate. High boundary wall to W in random rubble with ashlar cope; depressed arch with impost blocks and raised margins gives access to stable courtyard, flanked to left by pedestrian doorway; single small window to upper level of southmost stable block. All doors and window shuttered in plain timber boarding.