The Crenellated 19th Century Boundary Wall and Gate Lodge were the subject of a comprehensive conservation and restoration project.
This Crenellated 19th century boundary wall in the Gothic Revival style was the subject of a comprehensive conservation and restoration project between 2012 and 2014. The project included the curved wall with two round towers, centre portico and adjoining gate lodge. The wall and gate lodge are protected structures, and involved careful removal of cement based materials applied in the fifties, and reinstatement of lime render throughout, using best conservation practice methods. The gate lodge which was derelict was refurbished and extended and is now occupied as a three bedroom family home.