Circa 1920. Country house built as a fishing lodge for the
Nielson family. Asymmetrical-plan, 2-storey house with
stable/garage court to rear. Coursed rubble with contrasting
smooth polished granite dressings.
S elevation: 3-bay symmetrical entrance front, full-height
projecting square centre bay with pedimented doorpiece to
ground, double-leaf studded timber door with prominent
hinges. Above door, margined window with pointed arch
pediment, parapet to projecting bay. Flanking porch 4-light
canted window, single light window above. All windows
margined, sash and case with upper part 6-pane, lower part
W flank with full-height projecting round tower with
corbelled parapet. E flank with 2 canted projecting windows.
Granite band course at eaves, piended and swept slate roofs,
tall polished wallhead stacks.
L-plan garage court adjoins to N in similar style and
materials. Low garage range to E with cantilevered piend
roofs. 2-storey N range with projecting centre bay with
oculus and corbelled dovecot at gablehead. All with slate