Building appraisal by M Higgins of SCC. Three phases of construction were identified: a two-bay parlour range with crown-post roof, originally jettied to the front and right and perhaps of mid/late 15th century date, and associated with a lost hall house. The second phase, probably dated to the late 15th century, comprised a three-bay open hall range, two bays of which were originally open to the roof, with gabled crown strut and unusual roof trusses with double side purlins. The upper purlins are clasped conventionally, but the lower ones are sandwiched between the underside of the principal rafter and a tight parallel timber. The third phase was a two-bay rear range with external stack and clasped side purlin roof of probable mid-17th century date.