Sir George Gilbert Scott, in partnership with Moffatt, built this for the Incledon-Webber family between 1841-5 in a symmetrical Jacobean style which Pevsner calls ‘surprising’. It has later additions from 1880 and was converted into flats in 1985-6. A scale model of Pitt House, complete with travelling box, by Scott and Moffat, is today in the Royal Institute of British Architects Collection at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, made out of card, cork, velvet and wood.