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An early 17th century farmhouse, including round arch doorway, with possible earlier origins, retaining historic character. Shown on the Richmond Map of 1795. 5 irregular bays, 2 storey house with perpendicular wing on west side. Single storey garage extension on east side. Main house: Front (south) elevation: Slate roof, stone chimneys with dripstones. Random rubble with large stone quoins. Line where roof has been raised evident. 4 windows on first floor have chamfered stone sills and uprights, extended by one chamfered quoin, one straight quoin and new stone lintels. 3 of the 4 ground floor windows have accolade lintels, varying chamfered sills, uprights and quoins. A chamfered Jersey round arch at centre with dated keystone, AM 1623 (Mallet?) within a roundel. The arch has been raised by one stone. Chamfer stop on one side of base. Rear (north) elevation: pebbledash render. West wing: Front (west) elevation: Slate roof, brick chimney. Pierre perdu render. rendered door and window surrounds. Archway into yard. Farm buildings at rear.