Earlier-mid 19th century. 2-storey country house with
restrained Tudor gothic detailing. Squared rubble walling,
squared quoins, polished red sandstone dressings.
S ELEVATION: 5-bay with boldly advanced ball-finialled gabled
end bays. Bipartite windows with 4-centred arch heads under
squared hoodmould. To inner left bay, doorway opened from
window, double-leaf doors. Sash and case wndows with 2-pane
plate glass glazing pattern. 1st floor windows break eaves
line with triangular ball-finialled gablets flanking squared
'gablet' head over centre bay.
E ELEVATION: Asymmetrical with gabled ball finialed
single-storey deep entrance porch to right. Windows detailed
W ELEVATION: 3-bay with single-storey projecting square bay
to centre with parapet and ball finials. 1st floor windows
set in square-headed dormers. Adjoining to N 3-bay lower
kitchen wing with piended roof. Some ground floor windows
with 12-pane glazing, otherwise glazing as above. Lower
2-storey irregular elevation to N with some single-storey
buildings grouped around small partially flagged service
court. Coped wall to court with ball finials and al antica
Axial and wallhead groupings of tall diamond stacks, slate
To N large walled garden on sloping site. Coped stepped
rubble wall with many ball finials.