Country house, built as a courtyard house in the late 15th century and extended considerably in the 16th century. It was further extended in the mid 17th century and has some 18th century alterations. The house was reduced in size and converted into a farmhouse. Apart from 20th century renovations it has been little altered since the early 19th century. Adjoining the house are 17th or possibly late 16th century cobbled pavements and stabling including a fodder store. The forecourt walls and mounting block are 17th century.