Late 15th-early 16th century timber framed house. It has been suggested that as the building is exceptionally grand for its size it may represent Seamere Hall Manor House. It has a first floor hall with crownpost roof above a very ornate ground floor parlour in the main block, and a probable kitchen, with service rooms, below another open chamber in the crosswing. A west extension, also in high quality detailing, was added in the 18th century when much of the older material was replaced. Work in 1997 revealed the west gable wall of the crosswing, the upper register has infill of herrinhgbone brick nogging which was clearly designed to be seen. The bricks are late 16th-17th century type but apparently not original.