Farmhouse. 18th century core, remodelled mid-19th century, possibly incorporating earlier fabric. Brick, sandstone plinth and part sandstone rubble to rear wing, slate roofs. Irregular plan, two rooms deep with parallel roof ranges and further wing to rear, central entrance, end stacks. Two storeys, attics and cellars; south front: 2:1:2 windows, central slightly forward break with gable, glazing bar sash windows with cambered heads, forward projecting central gabled porch with semi-circular headed doorway, decorative fanlight, inner doorway with panelled recess, overlight and half-glazed door. The stone north wing is reputed to be of medieval date though there is little evidence of this; the house is on a moated site formerly occupied by a preceptory of the Knights Templar, (see SO64 SE9).