Early C19 house and garden; ha-ha separating garden from small meadow; mature specimen trees; rose gardens c1900. House (LB II) 1810-20.
Small country house. Circa 1810-20. Ashlar; hipped slate roof behind parapet with moulded cornice, panelled frieze. 2 storeys on a plinth, cellars and attics to the rear. 5 bays: the outer and central bays are slightly advanced; the central bay rises through the parapet and is terminated by a blocking course. Glazing bar sash windows; those on the ground floor of the outer bays have moulded architraves and pediments on brackets and are set in shallow recessed, semi-circular headed niches; square, sunken panels over bays 2 and 4; moulded cill band under first floor windows. Central French door under fanlight, flanked by narrow sash windows; all set under a projecting porch, curvinlinear on plan, with Ionic columns, panelled frieze and a moulded cornice. Above the porch shallow segmental headed niches and sunken square panels flank the central window which has an architrave. Interior: cantilever staircase with wrought iron balustrade; elaborately detailed plasterwork to dome over stairwell.
Listing NGR: ST5008969148 – House Grade ll