Sir Reginald Fairlie, circa 1935. Single and 2-storey, 8-bay semi-detached lodge, mirrored about centre. Harled with painted base course, cills and porch coping.
S ELEVATION: 4 windows to single storey centre under roof swept down from 2-storey to rear; flanked by square, flat-roofed porches set in re-entrant angles, formed with advanced 2-storey outer bays; panelled doors and small windows to inner returns. Window to each floor of outer bays.
N ELEVATION: 8-bay. Flat-roofed double porch at centre, spanning paired centre bays, each side with paired 1st floor windows above and single windows flanking at ground; windows to each floor of penultimate and outer bays.
E AND W ELEVATIONS: blank.
Timber sash and case windows withsmall-pane glazing pattern. Grey slate roof with swept eaves. Harled wallhead and mutual ridge stacks.
INTERIOR: not inspected (1998).
GATEPIERS, GATES AND BOUNDARY WALLS: rubble sandstone drum gatepiers with domed caps flanking principal drive; square rubble piers flanking pedestrian gates to sides. Low, coped, squared and snecked rubble boundary wall along Frogston Road West. Wrought iron pedestrian and vehicular gates with scrolled finials.