Probably William Burn, circa 1830. Single storey, 3-bay
rectangular plan gate lodge. Squared and snecked red
sandstone with stugged and droved bordered dressings.
S ELEVATION: 3-bay, symmetrical. Advanced gabled porch at
centre with broad, depressed arch doorway and modern French
doors with small-pane fanlight. Narrow windows on E and W
returns. Timber mullioned tripartites flanking in outer bays.
N ELEVATION: flat-roofed rectangular projection.
E GABLE: 5-sided canted window bay with cornice, slab roofing
and windows to centre 3 sides.
Diamond-pane glazing pattern to casement windows at S front.
Plate glass to canted bay and 4-pane sashes to rear
projection. Saw-tooth skews with consoled skewputts. Coped
diamond stack at centre of ridge. Grey slates.
GATEWAY: high pyramid coped piers, with S pier buttressed,
framing round arched carriageway. Red bull-nosed ashlar
sandstone. Raised voussoirs to archway and coped wall above
bridging between piers. Timber gates with diamond railings
and decorative hinges.