This attic-storey Arts & Crafts English Domestic revival style house has multiple gabled roofs clad with slate, stuccoed walls, tall brick (over-painted) chimneys, deep eaves with exposed and shaped rafters and joists, timber-framed multi-paned sash windows, and half-timbered and vertical boarded (once stained?) gable ends. The overall character of the design is in the manner of noted British Arts & Crafts designer CFA Voysey.
Given the changes of the 1920s, the house is generally externally near to original as seen from the street except for minor and related changes to the attic dormer facing north (was a skillion roof dormer). A visually related garage wing has been added in front of the house at the north-east corner of the house and another to the rear west side of the original kitchen block. The window sills in the added north bay of 1924 have been lowered to ground level, with matching glazing infill.
InteriorNot inspected. Early construction drawings show both levels: entry hall, dining and living rooms, two bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen; and, on the upper level, 4 bedrooms, dressing room, open stair hall and bath room