Netherton House is a Grade B listed country house in the Arts and Crafts style. It was designed by prominent Glasgow architects Thomson and Sandilands in 1901, one of only three large domestic commissions they undertook. The house appears to survive largely intact from that time, with its distinctive and complex roof and prominent chimney stacks. The project involved the conversion of an existing modern conservatory for use as a sunroom, replacing the glazed roof to create a much better insulated space, and changing the detailing to make it more in keeping with the character of the house. The work was completed in 2009.