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Saint Joseph's Convent (Woodlock (House)), Carrick Road, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803001
Thumbnail Picture: Saint Joseph's Convent (Woodlock (House)), Carrick Road, Portlaw, County Waterford Detached six-bay two-storey over basement Classical-style house, built 1861 - 1864, with single-storey prostyle tetrastyle flat-roofed Ionic portico to centre, single-bay two-storey flat-roofed linking bay to north with two-bay two-storey terminating...
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Saint Joseph's Convent (Woodlock (House)), Carrick Road, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803002
Thumbnail Picture: Saint Joseph's Convent (Woodlock (House)), Carrick Road, Portlaw, County Waterford Farmyard complex, c.1835, about a courtyard comprising: (i) Detached twelve-bay single-storey outbuilding with half-attic on an L-shaped plan comprising six-bay single-storey range with single-bay single-storey gabled entrance bay, two-bay single-...
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Saint Joseph's Convent (Woodlock (House)), Carrick Road, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803003
Thumbnail Picture: Saint Joseph's Convent (Woodlock (House)), Carrick Road, Portlaw, County Waterford Gateway, c.1915, comprising pair of painted rendered piers with shallow pyramidal capping, wrought iron double gates, painted rendered curved flanking walls having painted rendered terminating piers, wrought iron pedestrian turnstile to north possibl...
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Carrick Road, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803004
Thumbnail Picture: Carrick Road, Portlaw, County Waterford Detached three-bay single-storey estate worker's house, c.1865, originally terraced retaining original aspect. Now disused. Pitched slate roof with red clay ridge tiles, rendered and red brick chimney stacks, rendered coping, and iron rainwater goo...
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Milford (Millfort) House, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803007
Thumbnail Picture: Milford (Millfort) House, Portlaw, County Waterford Remains of Milford (Millfort) House estate, c.1850, comprising farmyard complex including: (i) Gateway to courtyard in Triumphal Arch arrangement comprising round-headed carriageway with unpainted rendered piers over squared rubble stone construct...
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Clodiagh (House), Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803016
Thumbnail Picture: Clodiagh (House), Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford Section of random rubble stone boundary wall, c.1865, with rubble stone vertical coping, and pair of rubble stone piers having wrought iron double gates with finials. Sited at perimeter of grounds originally surrounding Clodiagh (House), and now bou...
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37 Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803021
Thumbnail Picture: 37 Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford Terraced two-bay two-storey mill worker's cottage, c.1860, retaining original fenestration with three-bay single-storey return to south-east. Reroofed, c.1990. One of a terrace of forty-eight. Shallow segmental barrel roof (shared) with replacemen...
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31 Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803023
Thumbnail Picture: 31 Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford Terraced two-bay two-storey mill worker's cottage, c.1860, retaining early fenestration with three-bay single-storey return to south-east. Extensively renovated, c.1985. One of a terrace of forty-eight. Shallow segmental barrel roof (shared) with ...
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29 Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803024
Thumbnail Picture: 29 Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford Terraced two-bay two-storey mill worker's cottage, c.1860, retaining early fenestration with three-bay single-storey return to south-east. Reroofed, c.1960. Now disused. One of a terrace of forty-eight. Shallow segmental barrel roof (shared) with...
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27 Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford
22803025
Thumbnail Picture: 27 Brown Street, Portlaw, County Waterford Terraced four-bay two-storey mill worker's cottage, c.1860, originally two separate two-bay two-storey cottages retaining early fenestration with pair of three-bay single-storey returns to south-east. Reroofed and amalgamated, c.1985. One (original...
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