The original building had a two bay open hall with central decorative crown post truss and chamfered tie beam. There would have been a further wing on the eastern side two storey in height with service rooms and chamber over, which was probably separated from the open hall by a screens passage. It is possible that there was another bay to the west where the current cross wing still stands providing parlour and chamber above.
A new two storey jettied cross wing is built on the western end of the building. Unusually, the cross wing has been slotted inside the former end wall, presumably due to restricted space. The crosswing is two bays in depth but consists of a single room at ground floor and single room at first floor. The first floor room is constructed with a crown post roof although the crown post is not decorated.
The open hall is floored in and a chimney stack is inserted into the centre of the room dividing the room in two. It appears that only the western half of the former open hall was heated.
The eastern half of the building appears to have been run down and may have been used for outbuildings or ancillary use. A chimney flue is opened up but this appears to be a 19th century change and may be for a wash house or similar use.
Inside the cross wing, a central chimney stack is inserted, partitioning the ground and first floors into two rooms each. This stack appears to date from the 19th Century and is consistant with the other changes with the house in consolidating the space and making it more comfortable.
The eastern half of the house is now redundant and is demolished along with a range of barns that adjoined it and formed a small courtyard. The buildings are still shown on the pre enclosure map of circa 1800 but disappear shortly afterwards.
Test pitting in the garden over the demolished cross wing produced very little pottery, and large amounts of Victorian ware. This is consistant with the building having remained insitu rather than being demolished and other buildings being erected at a later date on the same site.