Earlier 19th century, extended probably 1930s. Single storey, 2-bay, T-plan gate lodge with Tudor detailing, Italianate roof with deep overhanging eaves creating the effect of a broken pediment, and extension to rear. Squared, coursed, tooled sandstone to principal elevations, harled masonry to rear extension, with polished ashlar dressing throughout. Base course. Hoodmoulds above chamfered, stone-mullioned windows.
FURTHER DESCRIPTION: chamfered Tudor-arched former front doorway (now glazed) in advanced entrance bay to W elevation with capped, corniced tall octagonal pier to left and single light to side elevation; large, projecting canted window to right. Bipartite stone-mullioned window to N elevation. Bipartite stone-mullioned window and further single light to S elevation. Modern door and single light to W elevation of rear extension.
Variety of traditional glazing patterns including fixed-pane and timber sash and case. Coped, corniced octagonal sandstone ashlar ridge stack with tall clay can. Grey slate roof. Cast-iron rainwater goods.
GATEPIERS: 2 capped, corniced octagonal sandstone ashlar gatepiers.
GATES: 2-leaf decorative cast-iron gates. Similar decorative cast-iron railings joining E pier to gate lodge and W pier to boundary wall.