A large country house, near the site of an earlier house, in landscaped gardens overlooking the River Dart. The house, built in 1829, was the property of the Studdys from the early nineteenth century to 1916. Henry Studdy was the founder of the Royal Dart Yacht Club in 1866. Seven bay front. The exterior detail is rather dull Victorian Tudor c1844. There are gate piers with griffins at the start of the drive. Kitchen garden.
House, gate pier and gate 140m NNW, chapel, Lodge Cottage and remains of Waddeton House all listed Grade II
Cherry & Pevsner: The Buildings of England – Devon, 1989: 539
T Gray: The Garden History of Devon, 1995: 123