Very well preserved neo-classical interiors with fine detailing including elaborate moulded plasterwork especially to ceiling cornices, doorcases with entablatures, panelled doors, of polished mahogany to the formal rooms, panelled reveals and window shutters. Well-designed plan-form providing an ease of circulation and sufficient service accommodation without impairing external symmetry. Entrance is onto a large rectangular hall, the cornice of which has foliage ornament and mutules, bolection-moulded stone fireplace. This opens through double doors onto the large central staircase hall with plaster coffered ceiling with brackets and lantern, the dome replaced in 1924 and modified to a top light in 1990s. Imperial staircase has scrolled newels, wreathed handrail, S-shaped treads and iron uprights to the balustrade enriched with palmettes as well as a band of double guilloche moulding at first floor level. There is an enriched round-arched niche at the half-landing and the stairs rise to a first floor landing with tall round-arched loggia-type openings with panelled soffits and pilasters. Opening off the left of the staircase hall are the 3 rectangular principal rooms, parallel to each other along the W, garden, frontage and with inter-connecting doors. From left, the drawing room has a white marble chimneypiece with mirrored overmantel and decorative small-tile surround to the fireplace opening; elaborate ceiling frieze/cornice with anthemion and acanthus, egg and dart and guilloche ornament and central rose. At centre is the library with dark grey marble fireplace with Greek key pattern, two tiers of cornice moulding and ceiling rose. To right the dining room has a black marble chimneypiece with gilded mirrored overmantel; ceiling frieze has arabesques, garlands and anthemions, egg and dart. At the E end is a broad and deep recess framed by tapered pilasters with similar capital detail and with ribbed ceiling, with direct access via a corridor to kitchen and service rooms. The latter, converted to family accommodation, retains its original layout, including kitchen, servants hall, house-keeper's room, butler's pantry and office, as well as pantries, buttery and cellars; round-arched corridor openings and panelled doors with overlights.