Dated 1880. Single storey, attic floor and basement, 3-bay rectangular-plan villa with classical detailing. Coursed hammer dressed ashlar to E, polished ashlar to W with red tinted pointing, coursed hammer dressed rubble to N and S. Long and short droved and stugged quoins; stone cills; base course, geometric fretwork base course to E and W; band course to E and W. Block carved polished mouldings; pedimented and colonnaded entrance door; canted bays; giant dormers to E and W.
W (PRINCIPAL) ELEVATION: symmetrical elevation. Steps to central doorpiece, bracketed and scalloped pediment supported by crocket capitals and plain shafts, round-headed fanlight; flanking 3-light canted bay windows, bellcast roofs. Small central round-headed dormer window to attic floor; flanking 3-light canted dormer windows with dentilled cornice, polygonal piended roofs, fishscale and square coursed slated cheeks, wrought-iron finials.
S ELEVATION: 2 basement windows partially sunk below ground level; central window at ground floor.
E ELEVATION: symmetrical elevation. Central round-headed stair window close to eaves above small window; flanking bipartite stop-chamfered windows, anthemion and scrolled block carved mouldings in pediment. 2 dormer windows identical to W elevation, wrought-iron finial to right dormer (left finial missing).
N ELEVATION: basement window partially sunk below ground level to right; central modern timber lean-to porch at ground floor; round-headed window centred above;
Plate glass in timber sash and case windows; margin paned stair window. Pitched roof; grey slates; corniced ashlar gablehead stacks; circular clay cans.
INTERIOR: original Minton tiles to vestibule and hall; fine arched and modillion corniced entrance hall with original wooden staircase to rear; deep ornamental cornicing and original ceiling roses to all public rooms; no original fireplaces remain. Large unfinished basement with separate rooms, including washroom containing original boiler and sink, large internal window openings to rooms.
GATEPIERS and BOUNDARY WALLS: square-plan stop-chamfered sandstone gatepiers; moulded stone base for cast-iron railings (now missing) to E; coped random rubble walls to N, S and W.
OUTBUILDING: single storey, 3-bay rectangular-plan coach house. Hammer-dressed coursed sandstone to S and E, random rubble to N and W; hammer-dressed long and short quoins; ashlar cills and eaves course to E. E (principal) elevation: central timber boarded round-headed door; flanking round-headed plate glass in timber sash and case windows. S elevation: large 2-leaf timber carriage door. W elevation: plain wallhead, incorporating boundary wall. N elevation: timber boarded door to left; small timber shuttered opening to right. Piended slate roof.
GARDEN WALLS: 3-tiered garden in grounds falling to W; dry rendered retaining walls, squared hammer dressed stones throughout; 2-flight central steps (aligned with door to villa), coped low balustrade, stone urns to top and to middle landing, carved rosettes to base.