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Tower Cross Roads Lodge, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803001
Thumbnail Picture: Tower Cross Roads Lodge, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Detached single-storey Georgian gate lodge, built c.1810. Extended, c.1985. Gateway, c. 1810, to site with pair of flanking turrets having castellations. Roofs to towers not visible behind castellated parapets on corbels. Hipped slate roof to gat...
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Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803002
Thumbnail Picture: Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Freestanding limestone ashlar Gothic style obelisk, c.1780, on a hexagonal plan on a circular plinth with inscribed mileage to shaft having pinnacle over with inscribed monogram. Limestone ashlar shaft. Set back from road in grounds shared with mai...
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Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803004
Thumbnail Picture: Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Freestanding sham ruin folly, built c.1780, incorporating salvaged materials from Aghaboe friary, c. 1385. Rubble sandstone walls with dressed limestone fragments including inscribed slab. Openings now in ruins; some with medieval limestone tracery...
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Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803005
Thumbnail Picture: Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Freestanding sham castle folly, built c.1780, with corner turrets on circular plans. Uncoursed rubble sandstone walls with castellated parapets to corner towers on corbels. Triple lancet-arch window openings with limestone surround and arrow loops ...
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Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803006
Thumbnail Picture: Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Freestanding five-bay Georgian Gothic summerhouse or orangery, built c.1780. Red brick walls with yellow brick panels, castellated parapet and limestone obelisk pinnacles. Lancet-arch openings with brick voussoirs and limestone hood mouldings. Fit...
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Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803007
Thumbnail Picture: Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Remains of stable complex, built c.1800, comprising pair of ten-bay two-storey parallel blocks with pair of arches to walled courtyard. Now in use as outbuildings. Double-pitched slate and replacement fibre-cement tiled roof with square rooflights,...
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Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803008
Thumbnail Picture: Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Arts-and-Crafts style ornamental garden, completed 1912, comprising stone walled garden on a circular plan with summerhouse and fountain. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and planted by Gertrude Jekyll. Hipped and Mansard clay tile roof to pavilion. ...
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Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803009
Thumbnail Picture: Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Freestanding boathouse, c.1800, with two vaulted chamfers. Rubble stone walls with pointed-arch door opening; fittings now gone. Plastered internal walls and vaulted ceilings. Set back from road in grounds shard with main house; part-overgrown gro...
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Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12803013
Thumbnail Picture: Heywood Gardens, Heywood Demesne, County Laois Freestanding Ziggurat type neo-Classical mausoleum, built c.1790. Stepped stone roof with central circular capping. Rubble sandstone walls with Coade stone plaque. Fragments of stone to site including carved satyrs, lion masks and swags. Interior...
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Claude's Seat, Heywood Demesne, County Laois
12901001
Thumbnail Picture: Claude Freestanding Classical style gazebo, built c.1810, with round-headed arches to sides. Now in ruins. Roof gone, possibly originally mono-pitched behind parapet (traces remain to walls). Nap rendered rubble stone walls with impost capitals, primitiv...
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