When a noun is combined with two adjectives, the preferred order is adj-N-adj (see p. 241). Noun modifiers, possessives, demonstratives, numerals beyond 'two' and often numeral 'one': obligatorily precede the head. Adjectives, numeral 'two' and relative clauses may precede or follow the head noun without any obvious semantic changes (cf. Valenzuela 2003:235).
Legal Values and Meanings:
both orders with neither order dominant
both but for specific forms
both but depend on the characteristics of the nominal head