Earlier C18 refronting of c1660 house, though possibly including earlier work (cf roof structure). Basement and three-storey, five window c1725 Bath stone ashlar S front, and unpainted stucco five-window E front, hipped roofs behind parapets and rendered stacks. L-plan with infill in NW angle. Main front 2-1-2 bays with projecting centre, raised rubble plinth, rusticated ground floor, smooth upper floors with rusticated quoins to centre and channelled piers to outer angles, modillion cornice, coped parapet and four gadrooned urns. Basement has four blocked windows. Ground floor has C19 plate glass windows, narrow to match those above but oddly with straight joints indicating narrowing. Centre flight of steps up to ashlar Roman Doric two-column porch with pilaster responds, half glazed door and overlight. Porch could be early C19. Platband, five first floor long 12-pane sashes with alternating pediments, moulded architraves and keystones. Centre window and architrave are oddly set back to plane of others in plain recess within fine aedicule with apron panel, fluted Ionic pilasters and pediment. Upper floor has short 12-pane sashes in similar architraves with keystones, but no pediments, centre window and architrave similarly inset. All sash-boxes are concealed.
East front is simpler, channelled angle piers, with matching cornice broken forward over angles, parapet with urns on rusticated corner piers and fielded intermediate piers (three urns removed for repair), and two bands. All above in ashlar but otherwise front is of unpainted stucco with windows framed in stucco architraves matching those of main front (without pediments). Exposed box sashes, plate glass ground, 18-pane first floor, 12-pane upper floor. Centre sash-door with 6-pane upper sash in early C19 large Roman Doric painted porch with two swollen columns and pilaster responds. Set back wing to right with basement door and 12-pane sash to ground and first floors, ashlar architraves, cornice and parapet. Big N end half-external stack with one slated off-set. Hipped roof running back to half-hipped main roof. First and second floor 12-pane sashes in W return. To right is one-window three-storey section with door, 16-pane sash and 6-pane sash, lighting stair, and then, to right, projection with brick-headed 12-pane sash ground and first floors. Roof slope above has Myddfai stone slates. A truncated NW wing possibly C19 has one-window rubble stone W face, then to right a rubble stone one window range with stone slate roof and one Venetian window each floor, brick heads, cement surrounds. Set back to right, rendered low two-storey link to rear of S front, three-window with 12-pane horned sashes and door to left remodelled in C20. W end wall of main house is rendered with one blocked first floor window.