Built around 1874, the property has a wealth of beautiful period features, including stained glass windows, oak, stone and marble fireplaces, ornate cornicing, mouldings and period panelling. The proportions are of an ambassadorial scale with grand principal rooms, tall ceilings and large windows. The spectacular hall has a barrel vaulted ceiling, minstrel's gallery and splendid fireplace. Around the Main Hall are five principal state rooms with a wealth of detail and glorious views. There are seven principal bedroom suites, three guest suites, a nursery wing and staff accommodation on the second floor. Large grand hall or ballroom with wood floor, large stone windows, massive fire place, lots of portrait pictures on the walls and period furniture. Drawing room with parquet floor, period fire place, high ceiling, original plaster work, blue sofas, cream painted walls, art work, large windows anf other period furniture. Dining room with original wood paneled walls, large dining table that seats 30 people, cream carpet and large bay window. Large double bedroom with french style white and gold furniture, white and gold wallpapered walls, period fire place and cream carpet Double bedroom with large bed, flowered wallpapered walls, period fire place, cream carpet and other period furniture.