Outside it is well maintained and, aside from the archway, quite typical, I think. Inside there were things to please..
In this place though, I felt there was something quite special about the faces, which can sometimes be monstrous or bizarre, or else mannered and saccherine. These however, seemed gentle, with some depth in their sweetness. Also in their gestures, clumsily rendered, but kind of intense.
There were also a number of rather unusual fruit motifs, which are something I've always liked in any decorative art, feeling they give a richness to it beyond that of flowers and foliage.
We also spotted another couple in residence, who didn't seem to mind ducking in and out over our heads to gain access to their home (not great photos, they were high in the beams and the light was low).
A place of charm and sweet airs, we found it overall.