David Bryce, circa 1860. Single storey and attic Scottish 17th century style gate lodge, with single storey wing (extended later) and with Baronial archway. Squared and snecked, stugged sandstone; ashlar dressings.
LODGE: rounded corners to rectangular plan single storey and attic diminutive tower, corbelled to square above; stone porch abutting archway at centre of N elevation, with gabled dormerhead to 1st floor window, breaking eaves above. Ground floor windows in curved corners
flanking. Bowed, stone roofed stair bay adjoined to S of W gabled elevation with narrow windows. Window in gablehead to roadside with semi-circular pediment. Set-off and crowstepped wallhead stack to S elevation, with gabled single storey wing at ground, 1-bay deep with window to E. Flat-roofed extension built against quadrant and retaining wall to S, with windows inserted therein.
Small-pane glazing pattern in sash and case windows. Grey slates. Crowstepped gables with beak skewputts.
GATEWAY: segmental archway with beed and hollow surround, and crenellated parapet holding blank tablet to overthrow at centre. Pedestrian gateway flanking to N and corbelled, crenellated lookout turret to N angle, with water spouts.
QUADRANT AND RETAINING WALLS: ashlar gablet coping to rubble quadrant walls, and rubble coping to retaining walls.
GATES: timber gates with decorative wrought-iron grilles and coping, and cast-iron fittings, to driveway and pedestrian gate.