A Jacobean-style house comprising a main range with cross wing to the L (W). Of brick on a weathered freestone plinth, with stone quoins (badly weathered at the time of survey), string course and dressings, with mullioned windows, and slate roof behind coped gables with finials. The main range has a C19 brick stack to the R end and rear lateral stack. The main range is 2-storey, the cross wing 2 and 3-storey with attic. The main range has a 4-bay entrance front with doorway in the 3rd bay. This has an extravagant freestone (but much renewed in reconstituted stone) Jacobean surround with rusticated pilasters and pinnacles, a round-headed boarded door with relief strapwork above. The lower storey has cross windows, which in bays 1 and 4 are blocked above the transom with mullion removed, and in bay 2 has a half-glazed door and overlight inserted below the transom. The upper storey has shorter 2-light windows.
The cross wing has a 3-light window in the lower storey. It is blind above a transom, where there is a round-headed panel, and is within an architrave with bold volutes (renewed in the 1970s in reconstituted stone) to the sides, and weathered entablature, incorporating a central round-headed blank tablet, and cornice. In the upper storey is a 3-light window renewed in the 1970s in reconstituted stone but retaining an original cornice, below a pediment with thin moulded cornice and blocked 3-light attic window. The 2-window R-hand return wall, facing the entrance front, has a cross window lower R blocked above the transom, blocked former cross window lower L with mullion and transom removed, and blocked 2-light windows in the upper storey.
In the 3-storey 3-window L (W) side wall of the cross wing is a corbelled first-floor stack to the R of centre, rebuilt above the eaves, with 2 diagonal shafts. To the R of the stack are 2-light windows in each storey, blocked except for the middle-storey window which is renewed in reconstituted stone. To the L of the stack is a blocked window in the lower storey, with mullion removed, and renewed 2-light first-floor window under an original drip mould. At the L end is a segmental-headed window, blocked 2-light first-floor window and renewed 3-light upper-storey window. An L-shaped open-fronted projection set back towards the rear, has garage doors and loft window to the higher gabled L end.
The rear of the house is brick and is dominated by the massive external stack R of centre, which has 3 diagonal shafts. There are 3 added single-storey lean-tos, and above them a segmental-headed window on the L side lighting the mezzanine floor. Further R, the cross wing has a 1-storey projection against the rear gable end. In the first floor is a mullioned window, originally of 3 or 4 lights, of which only 2 lights are now glazed, its L side obscured by an inserted 3-light window. Above it are blocked 2-light windows to an upper storey (with mullion removed) and attic.