Country house, Bath stone ashlar with slate hipped roofs and deep overhanging eaves with paired brackets. Three storeys, roughly square plan main range with enclosed service court to W . Five bay EAST FRONT, divided 2-1-2 by thin pilasters, with two massive corniced roughcast chimneys behind the roof ridge. Square 6-pane upper windows with moulded architraves, 12-pane first floor windows with architraves and cornices. Ground floor has French windows in architraves, pilasters and raised plinth, and is extended by one bay to each end. The French windows are earlier C19 with marginal glazing and painted heraldry in the top lights. Centre door in architrave with sunk spandrels over a large fanlight with coloured glass. Big double panelled doors with sidelights, the frame with simple roundels at the intersections. A Greek Doric portico along the entire front of the mansion of seven bays divided by paired columns, 22 in all, with entablature, cornice and low blocking course. The colonnade breaks forward at centre and end features, the angle columns paired in depth here, to give clusters of three. Small raised panel in the blocking course over the outer bays, large ashlar corniced parapet to the centre projection, panelled between panelled piers. Loggia is paved in stone. The portico is open at the ends but returned as solid wall with the ends of the extended rooms, under the same entablature and flat roof. SOUTH SIDE is of six bays, not evenly spaced, but similar windows, except in the fourth bay where they are narrower, with thin W end stack. Thin angle pilasters. The ground floor extension to the right has the open end of the loggia to right and then is windowless for two bays with angle pilaster and windowless W return. The entablature continues over a recessed French window in the fourth bay before stepping forward around a shallow curved bay with four long windows. The first bay, to left, has another slightly projected window with similar entablature and two long windows. All these windows are floor-length, with cambered heads and marginal glazing, and do not align with the windows above. The recessed French window has painted heraldry in the top light. To left, attached to rear wall of service court is a very fine rectangular CONSERVATORY of 1828 with fishscale glazing to the curved roof and timber glazed walls. Five bay front with broader centre bay, cambered-headed top-lights and long windows with coloured glass margins. Pilasters between windows, entablature above. Centre has double glazed doors. Stone sills. Matching three-bay ends, one bay without glazing to E, two to W. Rear W has two hipped ends each with chimney and recessed centre with big tripartite 8-12-8-pane stair window. NORTH SIDE is of six bays, with angle pilasters, the bays not regularly spaced. No window in top floor third bay. Ground floor has two windows to right, the extension to the left has the open end of the loggia to left and then is windowless for two bays with angle pilaster to left and an added projecting section with two 12-pane sashes, aligned to left. Windowless W return. Basement window under sixth bay. The REAR SERVICE RANGE, which may include the C16 Abercamlais Fach, has a long two-storey roughcast and rendered N wall with a very tall stone and brick lateral stack, raised in roughcast. Irregular sash windows, some with rough dripstones, three bays to left of stack, three, closer-spaced to right. W end stack. The W side of the rear SERVICE COURT is enclosed by a low colourwashed outbuilding with cambered headed broad doorway and double doors. Tall opening to right and shuttered window to far right. Within service yard, W range has cambered opposed opening, smaller cambered arched openings each side and hipped eaves dormer. S side has servants hall, single storey with tall W stack and big triple C19 sash. Rear of main house has single-storey addition, the back door reused C17 with C18 6-panel door within. Main service range on N has three storey long S front with flat eaves and centre pedimental gable over a bell. Irregular fenestration, mostly small-pane sashes, and evidence of alteration, with some dripstones over ground floor openings. One window with thick glazing bars to extreme right may be early C18 reused.