Grade II listed by Historic England. Summary:
Detached house. C18 with exterior of 1826. Stucco. 3 storeys. 3 windows wide. Central bowed solid sided pilastered porch with square headed entrance and flanking Greek Doric half columns. C20 door. Architraved windows, round headed to ground floor, square headed above; corniced to first floor centre, sashes, glazing bars. Blind boxes to ground floor. Cornice above second floor. Parapet.
The Lower Mitcham Heritage Map (pdf) produced by Merton Council said:
… became the residence of Lady Worsfold on the death of her husband Sir Cato Worsfold MP in 1936; still remembered for her dedication to local affairs and in particular her wartime work with the WVS and Girl Guide movement.