The Lodge was constructed in 2011 and extended in 2018 in the style of a barn with weather boarded elevations under a slate roof with the accommodation set over a single floor. The building is of conventional construction, block work on the lower elevations and then a timber frame insulation, weatherboarding and a pitched slate roof. The building is raised off the ground with steps to the side and front leading to the hall and sitting room. The accommodation is shown on the floorplan and includes a vast sitting room 27’9 x 20’, family room, home office, dining room and a kitchen/breakfast room with a good range of storage cupboards. There are five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room. The Lodge has been built to modern building regulations and has a modern infra-ray electric heating system to electric panels, resulting in a good energy performance rating of Band D. Planning consent was granted for the building on a live/work basis.
There is generous area of hardstanding which provides a parking and turning area and an enclosed north west facing rear garden, which is currently laid to lawn. There is potential to create an excellent garden.