Former shooting box, now houses. Built for the Duke of Rutland, c1827, with later C19 additions. Ashlar and coursed squared gritstone, with coped gables and moulded kneelers, some with ball finials. Ashlar ridge and sidewall stacks and stone slated roofs. Irregular plan and elevations. North west elevation; a rambling range, consisting of five different gables, some advanced, linked by pitched roof ranges or parapets running at right angles to the gables., and linking them. Chamfer mullioned windows of between 3 and 5-lights, some transomed, some with semi-circular heads, all beneath hoodmoulds with stops. Two storeys throughout, of different heights, nine window bays, with canted bay windows to seventh and ninth bays at north east end, the former parapeted, the latter with a pitched roof. Single storey entrance porch to eighth bay with parapet. Four centred arch and plain planked door to doorway. To the rear, a tall, square tower, in imitation of the tower house tradition of the area. Four storeys, with embattled parapet and mullioned and mullioned and transomed windows with flat band courses or moulded strings between windows.
Listing NGR: SK2642979887