C19 garden on C17 site: lawns and mature trees; walled kitchen garden and walled orchard. House (LB II) C17, much altered C19.
EH – Detached house. Probable C16 core with C17 additions and thorough restoration and rebuilding in 1877. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings and stone copings, double Roman tile roof to main range, some pantiles to rear range and plain tiles to staircase tower roof. L-shaped plan with staircase tower in north-east external angle. 2 storeys with upper windows in gables. Windows are C19 two and 3-light cross-mullions to east front; some C17 cross-mullions to north and south facades of rear wing. 3-storey staircase tower (originally of 2 storeys) with similar chamfered cross-mullions and small leaded panes. Off-set corner buttresses to main block and tower. Gabled porch to east front with Perpendicular style entrance arch. Further doorway in rear range with shell hood on carved brackets. Stone stacks, some developing from gabled extrusions. Weathervane to tower roof apex. Interior. Kitchen in rear range has chamfered beams and raised and fielded panelling. Newel stair with oak treads in tower. Remainder late C19 with fine staircase with cusped cast iron balusters and stained glass to stair west window. (N. Pevsner, The Buildings of England : North Somerset and Bristol, 1958).
Listing NGR: ST4368560194 – Grade ll