A water colour by Moses Griffiths of the 1780s shows the tower as it is now, though with differing detail to the windows. Similarly, an engraving published in Archaeologia Cambrensis in 1846 shows the tower block as it is, though again with different windows and with the main range un-Gothicized.
This implies that the cross-windows and parapet post-date the engraving, and are perhaps attributable to John Wynne-Eyton, the son of the Reverend. Despite some refacing, the alteration of the ground floor rear window, and the addition of cross-windows, the tower block has survived relatively unchanged.
Since this point the house has not seen any significant alterations. Photographs taken from the late 1940s show it virtually unaltered since it was given its Grade 1 listing.
It is now for the family to write the next chapter of this unique house whilst maintaining its historic structure for future generations.