No research has been done on the history of the house but the square central block suggests itself of Queen Anne or early Georgian origins


The bows on the principal ground and first floor rooms are probably late Georgian additions forming part of a process of enlarging the house which was continued by the Victorians with shallow additions to the front and the now demolished extensions at the back of the house.

The current owner has completed extensive internal renovations and modernisations of the house over a thirty year period including the addition of an Orangery on the south east corner in 1982

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