Lamport Hall, is a Grade I listed country house built in 1655 by Sir Justinian Isham who commissioned John Webb (a pupil of Inigo Jones). Major additions were added in 1741 and a further rebuilding of the south west front was completed in 1842 with a classical frontage. The Isham family lived at Lamport for over 400 years and was finally bequeathed to the Lamport Hall Preservation Trust in 1976.
Gate house referred to as ‘Swan Lodge’ along the A508 Harborough Road. Built circa 1849 in the late Gothic style. Single storey building built of limestone ashlar with fishscale pattern slate roof. Ashlar gable with parapet and kneelers. Stone mullioned windows and doorway with hooded mouldings.