Sir Robert Lorimer, 1902. Single storey and attic, irregular-plan.
17th century-style lodge and classical gatepiers. Harled, ashlar dressings, grey slate roof. Rubble base course, moulded eaves incorporating lintels of dormerheads, 6-pane casement windows, shaped gable dormerheads, deep eaves, piended bell-cast roof, swept eaves, uPVC rhones.
N ELEVATION: 2-leaf door with glazed panels at top and ashlar margins at recessed rounded bay at right, sculpted lozenge panel above; bay at left with off-centre bipartite windows, slightly corbelled attic floor with dormerhead at centre; blank recessed lean-to bay at left, coped and extended to masking wall at far left.
W ELEVATION: rounded staircase bay advanced at centre with stair window under eaves and semi-ogival roof.
S ELEVATION: main bay has bipartite window at centre, chamfered angle at left with 4-light window, corbelled to square at attic floor, dormerhead at centre; blank lean-to and flat-roofed bay recessed at right.
GATEPIERS AND GATES: 2 ashlar gatepiers with nailhead panels, patera-frieze, broken and open pediment flanked by lower walls with volutes and ivy covered quadrants; ornate wrought-iron gates and arch with monogram and heraldic shield.