Late C15.
Well restored l964/5. Timber frame with closely set vertical members;
3 storeys; overhangs at 1st and 2nd floors on all 4 sides; 4 renewed 3-light oriels
on wood brackets and fitted with leaded casements, those on north side retaining
C19 iron casements; double gables at north and south sides.
At angles, and between each bay, are heavy timber posts which are carried to 2nd floor and have cross
beams which support the overhangs. Ground storey has 3 modern multi-paned splayed
bay windows and restored or renewed moulded wood doorway with pointed arched head
and modern multi-panelled divided door; sprocket eaves; Cotswold stone roof. The
building stands on a low stone base and the bays are fronted by modern wrought
iron railings. Interior altered and well restored but retains much exposed timber
framing throughout.