A mid 19th century painting shows a pair of double gabled, 17th century houses on the she site, although the present exterior presents a19th century house, stucco fronted over brick with a slate roof, and with various bands and other decoration. Two storeys with a double depth plan, the main entrance door to the left with a tripartite window to the right. The doorway is round-headed with a tall pilastered surround, keyed head with a pediment over and a plain fanlight, while the door is a six-panelled example.
To the front are cast iron, spear head railings, while the interior is reported to show no surviving evidence of 17th century fabric.
(Source; CAdw listing description) S Fielding RCAHMW 24/01/2006