LODGE: A and W Reid, 1856. Italianate gabled W facing gate
lodge; 2 storeys with asymmetrical 3-bay entrance front.
Harled with tooled and polished ashlar dressings and margins.
Gabled pilastered entrance in outer single storey bay (SW)
with canted single storey balustraded window at left in
centre of 2-storey block; round-headed bipartite with blocked
imposts in 1st floor above. 3-stage tower at NW angle with
giant angle pilaster strips defined by ashlar margins meeting
at round-headed keystoned 3rd floor arched windows in each
face. Corniced lancets light ground and 1st floors; shallow
pyramidal slate roof with apex finial and bracketted eaves.
Further rectangular projecting window with similar detailing
as at front within re-entrant angle of tower (facing N to
Lying-pane glazing; coped wallhead stack; slate roofs with
GATEPIERS AND GATES: late 19th century; pair tall rusticated
ashlar piers; egg and dart detailing to base of cornice;
attenuated swagged finials with fluted urn bases.
Pair ornate cast and wrought-iron carriage gates. Flanking
cast-iron spearhead railings incorporating pedestrian
entrance with decorative overthrow; simple terminal pier at
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