This picturesque English style cottage at 2 Stonnington Place is notable for its simple single ridged slate gable roof containing attic rooms with flat deck dormers. The residence originally had a short porch in the north elevation although it is now enclosed.
The walls are of clinker brick, an unusually early use of this material, but the roof form and chimneys are very similar to 6 Stonnington Place (in its original form). The chimneys are very slender with a simple capping. The windows are of a typical Alsop design having glazing bars confined to the upper sash. On the north frontage, the property retains a remnant of the original timber fence with large hardwood lattice panels and is set in a mature garden.