1902. 2-storey and attic, 4-bay, L-plan villa with mock half-timbering, Arts and Crafts references and fine interior. Painted render on red brick base forming ground floor cill course. Timber transoms and mullions.
E (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: broad swept-roof to open porch at right of centre, panelled timber door with 3 coloured-glass toplights and flanking lights also with coloured glass, further window to right; 2 narrow windows to outer right and large 4-light transomed stair window to left, 2 further transomed windows at 1st floor.
Projecting gabled wing to outer left with flat-roofed porch
extension at ground, window to right and 2 windows in gablehead, swept roof over single storey return to right with narrow window to centre, 2 small square bipartites to right and similar single window to left, small tripartite eyelid dormer above.
W ELEVATION: 3-bay elevation with 7-part canted transomed windows at ground (that to centre with door at centre light), 2 windows over centre bay with flat-roofed dormer above and tripartites over outer bays, that to left with French window opening onto balcony.
N ELEVATION: M-gabled elevation with 2 irregular windows to left at ground and single window to right at each floor.
S ELEVATION: near-symmetrical fenestration to elevation with outer gabled bays.
Mainly small-pane toplights over plate glass glazing pattern in timber casement windows, coloured leaded toplights to ground floor W and N, some multi-pane leaded glazing elsewhere; multi-pane timber glazing to stair window. Grey slates. Cavetto-coped ashlar stacks with cans. Deeply overhanging eaves.
INTERIOR: outstanding decorative scheme in place, including architraved doors and windows; decorative plasterwork; carved timber fire surrounds that to dining room incorporating panelled overmantel; floors of Japanese maple. Screen door with flanking coloured glass lights, stairhall with plain timber-balustered dog-leg staircase incorporating box-seat; butler's pantry retaining glass-fronted cupboards; some original sanitary ware.