Inside the house, again the different phases of building work are clear to see, all of which have been restored to a very high standard. Throughout the house there are three different kinds of door architraves and various ceiling and panelling designs which point to the large scale alterations of the 1890s and 1950s. The staircase appears to be Georgian, with its slender hardwood handrails and delicate spindles. It is also possible that the house had a second staircase, evidence for this can be found at the back of the house where the upstairs floor level changes, as if there had been a landing there at some point in the past. In one of the downstairs rooms several decorators marks are visible that were uncovered when wall paper was removed. These date from the 1880s, 1890s, 1930s and 1980, all of which are written in pencil by the decorators from those eras. The one from 1980s has the price of petrol and cigarettes from that era wrote below, these are just a few of the details adding to the character of the house.