The Steps is an important Grade II* Listed property dating from the mid 18th Century. Built of Ashlar stone under a Welsh slate roof, the property is described in the Listing as a Regional Palladian town house. Particular exterior features of the property are the balustraded parapet, Modillion cornice, and Venetian windows. Within the house, there are shutters, wooden floors and distinctive cornicing. The property is in need of some modernisation. A double flight of stone steps with iron railing leads to the distinctive front door which opens into an entrance hall, off which are the principal rooms and the staircase to the first floor. Steps from the hall lead down to a garden door and access to the extensive cellarage. The reception rooms comprise a sitting room, drawing room and dining room and are all of similar proportion. Accessed off the hall and from the dining room is the kitchen with extensive units, island unit and a gas hob. A door that leads into the utility room with access to outside and an adjacent study. From the entrance hall, the stairs rise to a wide landing of which are three double bedrooms, one of which has a door to the family bathroom and a walk in dressing area. Next door to this is a separate WC and shower room. Stairs continue to the second floor, where there are three further double bedrooms and a second bathroom.
This property has 0.5 acres of land.