John Rhind, circa 1874-8. Rectangular gate lodge with
turret. 2 storeys over raised basement. Projecting round
stair turret at NE angle with bellcast conical slate roof.
Coursed tooled grey granite, contrasting tooled ashlar
dressings. Entrance in NW re-entrant formed by turret under
slated canopy supported on elaborately carved wooden
brackets on N with segmentally arched bench recess at
centre. Plank door with decorative cast-iron hinges.
Further entrance in raised basement on E elevation.
Tripartite in raised ground floor, and bipartite in 1st
floor of W gable (to driveway); 2-pane glazing.
Off-set lancets encircle stair turret. Coped wallhead stack;
slate roof with projecting eaves.
Gate piers; pair tall square tooled grey granite ashlar
piers rising from battered plinths; bracketted ashlar
cornice with pyramid-finial caps.
Pair case and wrought-iron carriage gates. Bridge; plain
flat arched bridge supported by rubble end abutments;
cast-iron lattice girder balustrade.