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Kinturk House, Dublin Road, Castlepollard, County Westmeath
15302016
Thumbnail Picture: Kinturk House, Dublin Road, Castlepollard, County Westmeath Attached five-bay three-storey over basement country house, built c.1760. Remodelled and extended in 1821 with the addition of single-storey wings to either end (southwest and northeast) having round-headed niches, a freestanding tetrastyle Ionic por...
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Glananea House, Drumcree, County Westmeath
15305003
Thumbnail Picture: Glananea House, Drumcree, County Westmeath Detached six-bay two-storey over basement neoclassical country house with central two-bay advanced breakfront, built c.1795. Shallow hipped natural slate roof with rendered chimneystacks behind parapet with moulded stone cornice. Smooth rendered wall...
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Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath
15306023
Thumbnail Picture: Killua Castle, Clonmellon, County Westmeath Detached multi-bay three-storey over basement castellated Gothic Revival castle on complex plan, built c.1780. Originally constructed as a regular seven-bay three-storey over basement Georgian house with a full-height three-bay canted bay window to ...
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Waterstown House, Glassan, County Westmeath
15314014
Thumbnail Picture: Waterstown House, Glassan, County Westmeath Detached seven-bay three-storey over basement Palladian style country house on rectangular plan, constructed c.1745. Now a roofless, derelict and partially collapsed shell. Originally had a shallow hipped roof hidden behind a high parapet with a moul...
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Middleton Park House, Castletown Geoghegan, County Westmeath
15318019
Thumbnail Picture: Middleton Park House, Castletown Geoghegan, County Westmeath Detached six-bay two-storey over basement country house, built c.1850, having a slightly advanced two-bay breakfront to the centre of the front façade (west), recessed single-bay single-storey wings to either side (north and south), a cast-iron conse...
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Ballynagore House, Ballynagore, County Westmeath
15319011
Thumbnail Picture: Ballynagore House, Ballynagore, County Westmeath Detached four-bay two-storey over basement house on irregular 'L-shaped plan', built c.1852, having two advanced single-bay gable-fronted bays to the north end of the front façade (east). Projecting single-bay single-storey pedimented ashlar limeston...
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Daramona House, Streete, County Westmeath
15400208
Thumbnail Picture: Daramona House, Streete, County Westmeath Detached three-bay two-storey country house, built c.1855, with a projecting tetrastyle cut stone Doric entrance porch to the centre of the front facade. Currently unoccupied and out of use. Shallow hipped natural slate roof with cement rendered chim...
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Kildevin House, Streete, County Westmeath
15400210
Thumbnail Picture: Kildevin House, Streete, County Westmeath Detached three-bay two-storey over a basement (to rear) country house, dated 1833, with projecting three-storey semi-circular bow to centre of front façade (northwest) and a four-storey (over basement) semi-circular bow to the centre of the rear faça...
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Hilltown House, County Westmeath
15400315
Thumbnail Picture: Hilltown House, County Westmeath Detached three-bay three-storey over basement Palladian country house, built c.1780. Shallow hipped roof behind raised parapet with moulded cornice and blocking course. Two central ashlar limestone chimneystacks with moulded limestone cornices. Lime ...
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Tullynally Castle, County Westmeath
15400321
Thumbnail Picture: Tullynally Castle, County Westmeath Five-bay three-storey country house with projecting end bays to each end of entrance façade (west), built c.1730. Originally a two-storey structure with third floor added c.1780. Extensive Gothic Revival and Tudoresque remodeling carried out on at le...
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