Earlier/mid 19th century. Symmetrical, single storey, 3-bay
gate lodge. Coursed rubble with ashlar dressings; margined
and hood-moulded openings.
W ELEVATION: central gabled porch added probably later in
19th century, now galzed (formerly on columns with trelliced
work), and with ornamental boarded gable (original doorway
behind retains fanlight); single windows in outer bays with
unusual margin glazing pattern: eaves course: symmetrically
placed stacks with diamond flues; piended slate roof.
3 square, polished ashlar gatepiers are corniced, with
bell-cast caps (gates removed).