House, grey limestone, some squared, some rubble, and slate close-eaved roofs. Roughly T-shaped, medieval, with first floor hall, and cross-wing with added. Hall on E-W axis is over an undercroft, extending under cross-wing. Windows are generally leaded metal windows of the 1930s and 1950s.
Hall S has three long leaded windows with flat heads, 1950. Undercroft has a segmental-pointed window to left and a window to right, against cross-wing projection. W end has squared stonework, stone corniced W stack, and large pointed window on left, grey stone, chamfered former door removed from hall S, apparently medieval, but said to be a C18 insertion there.
Cross wing S section older. This projects with broad slightly half-hipped roof (replacing a parapet with chimneys removed 1979). Blocked pointed chamfered medieval doorway in W side wall (steps removed 1979), square C20 window above. S end has squared stonework, corbelled upper floor with two square C20 windows (three windows and parapet with three chimneys are in 1853 view), over giant pointed recess with cut stone voussoirs, framing lower floors. Pointed chamfered medieval doorway to undercroft porch with square window to left. Tiny windows above under arch apex: a small one in stone frame to left, a blank panel to centre and a tiny lancet to right.
E side of cross-wing has much disturbed masonry, coursed and squared to left, possibly rebuilt. Three square-headed windows to upper floor, the centre one blank, stone sills to centre and right. Ground floor has window to left, narrow window to centre left and two close-set windows to right, the right one a cambered-headed 3-light. Stone sills. Below are marks of a removed low building, and a rectangular light to undercroft.
N wall, to right of NE wing has pointed medieval stone doorway to left, chamfered with diagonal stops, C20 oak door. Leaded window to first floor under a section of wall corbelled on a stone slab, the corbelling stepped up to right. N wall of hall has lateral chimney projection with splayed upper part and tall cylindrical stack. Wall to right rebuilt after NW wing was removed. To left of door, splayed angle to rear NE wing with two loops to stair.
NE wing has massive square N chimney projection with battered sides and square stack. Small stone S end stack. W side has renewed 6-pane sashes at ground level, lighting basement, a tall blocked opening to left of centre apparently breaking internal floor level, first floor left leaded window. N end has small upper window to right of chimney. E side has straight joint to left, loop to first floor left, and window to right. Small attic window above. Late C19 sloping buttress at basement level centre and boarded low door against straight joint to left.