Earlier to mid 19th century. Single storey, 3-bay lodge. Rubble.
Modern painted raised margins to N and S elevations.
W ELEVATION: gabled stone porch, with overhanging eaves, advanced at centre; door to N, with timber canopy over; window to W; narrow window with modern margin and glazing, either enlarged or inserted, to S. 2-light timber-mullioned windows in outer bays.
N ELEVATION: enlarged window to left and right. Modern addition advanced to left, with window.
S ELEVATION: enlarged window to left and right. Modern addition to right, with 2 windows.
E ELEVATION: original gabled jamb at centre, with window to E, now clasped to N and S by modern additions.
Timber fixed diamond-pane glazing to W elevation; modern glazing to remaining elevations. Slightly graded grey-green slates to piended roof. Rubble stack at centre of ridge.
GATEPIERS: pair of square gatepiers. Rubble. Ashlar capping, ogee-moulded, surmounted by ball finial. Modern iron gates.