Mid 19th century, converted from earlier cottage. 2-
storey gabled cottage, with 1st floor breaking eaves.
Random red rubble with stugged ashlar dressings.
S (ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: 3-bay, symmetrical; strip
fanlight to doorway at centre flanked by windows at
ground; 1st floor windows to outer bays with gabled
N (REAR) ELEVATION: incorporated in walled garden walls.
Advanced gabled bay to left with 1st floor window. 2
recessed bays to right with 2 ground floor windows.
12-pane glazing pattern to sash and case windows. Grey
slates and overhanging eaves; timber brackets barge
boards and kingposts. Decorative filigree clay ridge
tiles. Gable head stacks with moulded coping; original
WALLED GARDEN: high rubble walls with ashlar coping to
rectangular plan garden. Gateway to SE and to W. W
gateway with pyramid caps to piers and walls swept up at
Statement of Special Interest
The house and garden certainly pre-date the 1859 fire which
destroyed Lochend House, on which estate they were a
major part. Lochend stables are close by, but not
included in current listing. Former home farm,
Hallhill and cottages, and remains of House are listed