Architect probably David Bryce, circa 1865. Barge-boarded
Tudor lodge with gatepiers and railings.
LODGE: asymmetrical, single storey and attic; coursed,
bull-faced red ashlar with grey contrasting dressings and
long and short worked margins; windows mostly mullioned.
S ELEVATION: 3 bays; inner porch with shouldered door,
advanced gabled bay left, canted ground floor window
corbelled to square with main roof breaking forward; dormer
over right bay. Projecting eaves with cusped barge boards
with pediments; finialed gables. Axial stacks, paired square
flues with linking cornice. Roofed with graded slates.
GATEPIERS: 4 corniced square piers, grey ashlar with
diamond-pointed rustication; outer piers have ball finial,
inner piers with scrolled finials; curved, long low cope with
decorative cast-iron gates and railings.