The Lodge sits on its own beside the entrance gates to Leweston Manor, now one of the area's best known independent Girls' Schools. Originally the gate house, the building has been extended since the original and whilst now in need of comprehensive refurbishment is considered to have great potential. The architectural style is typical of many lodges of this type with a handsome principal façade with dressed stone and stone mullion windows under a tiled roof. The accommodation which is all on the ground floor contains a number of period features such as flagstone floors and window shutters.
The garden is delightful and offers a good degree of seclusion. The immediate environs are wooded giving a silven feel to the setting. The approach is through the Old Manor House gates shared with the school and other residential properties. After a short distance you turn off the main drive into the property's own parking and turning area and there is plenty of room to erect a garage subject to any necessary planning consents.