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Corville, County Cavan
Front elevation
Reg. No.40400915
Date1790 - 1810
Previous NameN/A
CountyCounty Cavan
Coordinates222772, 317079
Categories of Special InterestARCHITECTURAL
Original Usecountry house
In Use Ascountry house
Detached L-plan three-bay two-storey over basement house, built c.1800, with projecting entrance porch, and single-storey rear extension. Hipped slate roof, clay ridge tiles, pair rendered chimneystacks arranged symmetrically to main roof, chimneystack to north-west gable, clay chimney pots, and uPVC rainwater goods. Roughcast rendered walls with smooth block-and-start quoins, and bevelled stone plinth course above smooth-rendered basement walls. Chamfered corners to porch with profiled stone cornice over plain frieze. Six-over-six timber sash windows with patent reveals and stone sills to front and upper level at rear. Six-over-four timber sash stairs window to rear elevation. Separate side lights having four-over-four sash windows flanking door. Timber ten-panelled door set in square-headed opening, having spoked fanlight with glazed spandrels, opening onto stone steps. Detached two-storey outbuildings to north, west, and east of rear yard having pitched corrugated-iron and slate roofs and rubble-stone walls. Row of four stone arches linking house with western outbuilding having elliptical arches with stone voussoirs, rubble-stone piers, and spandrels. Cobbled paving with stone edging beyond. Detached four-bay single-storey with dormer attic gate lodge to east of house having projecting central bay, hipped slate roof, off-centre ashlar chimneystack, timber eaves and barge boards, uPVC rainwater goods. Roughcast rendered walls over smooth plinth. Recent timber casement windows and timber sheeted entrance door. Former walled garden remains to north-east.


A handsome and well-proportioned house in a parkland setting that retains many original features including a well proportioned entrance porch with historic panelled door, fanlight and cornice, as well as historic sash windows and entrance steps. The architectural ensemble of house, outbuildings, parkland, walled garden, gate lodge, and gates forms an excellent example of a typical late Georgian demesne.
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