The French chateau-style house has a distinctive mansard roof, curved glass in the bay windows, iron cresting on the rooftop, and seven stained glass windows in the projecting center tower. Inside there are 24 rooms, five open fireplaces; at the turn of the stairway, there is a large, elaborately designed, and recently renovated stained glass window. The floor in the main hallway is intricate parquet using three different kinds of wood. This parquet design is continued on the stairs and wainscoting. Most rooms were graced with hand-paintings by George Lyons of Falmouth in 1909 and some of these paintings still remain.