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Middleton Park House, Castletown Geoghegan, County Westmeath
15318024
Thumbnail Picture: Middleton Park House, Castletown Geoghegan, County Westmeath Attached single-storey cast and wrought-iron conservatory attached to the south gable end of Middleton Park House (15318019), erected c.1850. Screened by a single-storey rubble limestone wall with a square-headed window to the west, the entrance fron...
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Locke's Bonded Warehouse, Warehouse No.2 Main Street, Kilbeggan, County Westmeath
15321010
Thumbnail Picture: Locke Detached concrete warehouse, built c.1930, having jelly mould or bunker-style appearance with roof and walls as single entity. Projecting flat-roofed concrete entrance porch to west elevation with square-headed door opening with double steel doors. ...
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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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Daramona House, Streete, County Westmeath
15400223
Thumbnail Picture: Daramona House, Streete, County Westmeath Single-bay two-storey former observatory, built c.1892, with attached single-storey building to the west, formerly a laboratory, darkroom and machine shop. Now ruinous and out of use. Dome to observatory now removed, flat roof to former laboratory wi...
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Tullynally Castle, County Westmeath
15400324
Thumbnail Picture: Tullynally Castle, County Westmeath Pair of Coade stone sphinxes, c.1799, flanking entrance between the flower gardens and the kitchen gardens (15400322) to the west of Tullynally Castle (15400321). Stamped 'Coade's Lithodipyra' to the base.
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Tullynally Castle, County Westmeath
15400325
Thumbnail Picture: Tullynally Castle, County Westmeath Detached three-bay single-storey rustic grotto on octagonal plan, erected c.1785. Built of water-eroded limestone with brick lined walls to interior to the north. Domed roof over, now cement rendered. Pointed-arched openings. Continuous bench runs ar...
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Tullynally Castle, County Westmeath
15400340
Thumbnail Picture: Tullynally Castle, County Westmeath Walled garden associated with Tullynally Castle (15400321), erected c.1740. Later converted to flower garden c.1820. Constructed of rubble limestone, brick lined in places. Five-bay single-storey Gothic-style open summer house to the north, having ca...
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Greville-Nugent Mausoleum, Fore, County Westmeath
15400405
Thumbnail Picture: Greville-Nugent Mausoleum, Fore, County Westmeath Freestanding four-bay mausoleum and mortuary chapel, built 1867, abutting and incorporating a single-bay two-storey rubble limestone tower house, on square-plan, to the east, built c.1500 and altered c.1867 with addition of a battlemented parapet. St...
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The Magazine, County Westmeath
15400702
Thumbnail Picture: The Magazine, County Westmeath Semi-detached three-bay two-storey former barn/warehouse, built c.1860, with ranges of single-storey lean-to sheds to the east side. Now a roofless ruin. Quadruple-gabled roof, originally pitched, having raised limestone verges to gable ends. Constru...
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Rosmead House, County Westmeath
15400904
Thumbnail Picture: Rosmead House, County Westmeath Triumphant arched gateway serving Rosmead House (15400921), erected c.1795. Comprises round-headed carriage arch flanked by giant order Corinthian pilasters supporting entablature and cornice over and terminated by square-piers, originally topped by ...
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