The monument includes a bowl barrow located on a gentle south facing slope immediately east of a route of the Icknield Way. The barrow is visible as a earthen mound which stands to a height of approximately 2.7m, and covers a roughly circular area with a maximum diameter of about 31m. The mound slopes steeply on the north and east sides, and more gently on the south and west. A hollow, about 5m wide by 0.5m deep in the southern side of the mound is known to be the result of an antiquarian investigation. It is thought that the mound is encircled by a ditch approximately 3m wide from which earth was quarried during the construction of the barrow and, although this has now become completely infilled and is no longer visible, it will survive as a buried feature. The surface of the trackway to the west, and the surface of the drive and the birdbath to the south of the barrow mound are excluded from the scheduling, although the ground beneath them is included.