Main Record - County Meath
|Date||1850 - 1870|
|Categories of Special Interest||ARCHITECTURAL HISTORICAL TECHNICAL|
|Original Use||worker's house|
|In Use As||house|| |
Detached three-bay single-storey former estate worker's house, built c.1860, with gabled porch. Hipped slate roof with rendered chimneystacks and carved timber eaves dentils. Snecked limestone walls. Paired cast-iron windows set in openings with ashlar dressings and hood mouldings. Timber battened door set in opening with ashlar limestone dressings. Rendered boundary walls with cast-iron pedestrian gate.
This modest house is of apparent architectural design and detailing and is a picturesque addition to the surrounding landscape. It retains its original fabric, such as the slate roof, timber sash windows and limestone masonry. This former estate worker's house forms part of a group of demesne related structures, with Dunsany Castle, stables, outbuildings, gate lodges and with the three houses located at Dunsany Crossroads.
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