The house was first constructed as a brick double-pile house, with two storeys above a basement with attic and dormer windows. It underwent significant changes in the 1770s with a third storey added, alongside stables and the coach house. The house was covered in stucco, and pediments replaced the dormer windows.
The 1850s saw the stucco removed and a Doric portico built on the West-facing side of the house that would become the new entrance. The former entrance hall became the Round Room, with this part of the house remodelled into an enfilade of three rooms.