Mid 19th century (possibly re-use of earlier cottage),
single storey, symmetrical W facing 3-bay gate lodge.
Rendered and lined as ashlar.
Centre door with gabled proch supported by pair facetted
and pair rustic painted wooden columns with (?) re-used
Corinthian capitals; decorative carving to gablet.
Keystoned round-headed windows in centre N and S gables;
multi-pane glazing; decorative barge-boards; coped centre
ridge stack; slate roof with projecting eaves.
Gate piers; Later 19th century pair square ashlar piers with
chamfered angles; corniced caps supporting ball finials; linked
to similar end piers by cast-iron railings. Pair circa 1946
carriage gates with inscription match railings.