Later 19th century, idiosyncratic single storey and attic
gabled asymmetrical gate lodge; coursed stugged rubble,
tooled dressings, some painted in contrasting courses.
Projecting gabled porch in NW elevation (facing entrance
drive), with ribbed and studded door with decorative
cast-iron hinges; window at left and boldly gabled dormer
above; round window set in ground floor canted north angle;
lean-to porch with leaded roof at NE with small round-headed
attic window in centre gable above. Rectangular bay window
under fishscale slated lean-to roof with diminutive corbelled
oriel above, in SW gable. 4- and 6-pane glazing. All angles
with unusual projecting alternating quoin detailing; ornate
bargeboards; decorative cast-iron ridge cresting; tall
paired end stacks with string courses and cornices, rising
from slate roof.
Gate piers; pair square, coursed dressed rubble gate piers
with corbelled pyramidal caps linked by low coursed rubble
quadrants to similar piers; modern pierced concrete walling
replaces earlier cast-iron railings.