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The Cock Tavern, Church Street, Howth, Fingal
Representative view
Reg. No.11359016
Date1780 - 1820
Previous NameN/A
Coordinates328697, 239141
Categories of Special InterestARCHITECTURAL ARTISTIC
Original Usehouse
In Use Aspublic house
Detached four-bay two-storey over basement former house, c.1800, with flanking screen walls. Gibbsian door surround approached by steps, with single-storey bay window to left-hand side. Single-bay single-storey return to rear. Partly re-fenestrated, c.1985. Now in use as public house. ROOF:Double-pitched; fibre-cement slate; concrete ridge tiles; nap rendered chimney stack; yellow clay octagonal pots; cast-iron rainwater goods; flat-roof to canted bay window with moulded cornice. WALLS: Nap rendered; nap rendered 'timber frame' dressings. OPENINGS: Square-headed window openings; moulded architraves; concrete sills to ground floor; replacement timber casement windows, c.1985; stone sills to upper floor; original 2/2 timber sash windows; canted bay window to left ground floor; segmental-headed window openings; continuous sill course; replacement timber casement windows, c.1985; round-headed door opening; cut-stone Gibbsian door case; replacement timber panelled door and diamond leaded fanlight, c.1990 I
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