Single-arched bridge carrying road over the Drummenny River, built c. 1860, having battered buttresses to either side of arch to both the east and west elevations. Possibly containing fabric of earli...

Multi-arched bridge carrying main road over the Eanybeg Water, built c. 1780, having roughly dressed V-profile cutwaters to piers. Segmental-headed arches having dressed ashlar voussoirs. Cement ren...

Wall-mounted cast-iron ‘lamp box’-type post box, erected c. 1930, with curved head and with raised 'P&T' monogram in Gaelic script to base. Still is use. Moulded letter flap with moulded detaili...

Detached three-bay two-storey over basement (to rear/north-east) former gate lodge associated with Lough Eske Castle (see 40909401), built or rebuilt c. 1860, having projecting single-bay gable-fronte...

Detached four-bay two-storey house(s) on T-shaped plan, built c. 1820. Extended to the south, c. 1860, with addition of five-bay two-storey block having single-bay single-storey entrance porch attach...

Five-arch bridge carrying road over the River Eske, built c.1800, having V-profile dressed ashlar cutwaters to piers. Segmental-headed arches having dressed ashlar voussoirs; rubble stone constructed...

Detached three-bay single-storey with attic level former gate lodge, built c. 1860, having central projecting gable-fronted single-bay entrance porch to the main elevation (north-east), original cat-s...

Celtic high cross-style memorial gravemarker, dated 1906, comprising carved limestone Celtic high cross over splayed limestone base/plinth. Commemorates Major General Henry George White of nearby Lou...

Cast-iron post box set into brick gate pier serving Lough Eske/Christchurch Church of Ireland Rectory (see 40909420), erected c. 1940, having raised 'P&T' monogram in Gaelic script to head and with fo...

Walled garden on sub-rectangular-plan associated with Lough Eske Castle (see 40909401), erected c. 1800. Now in use as garden associated with hotel with modern single-storey buildings to site, includ...

Five-arch bridge carrying road over the Lowerymore River, built c. 1775, having V-profile dressed coursed stone cutwaters to piers with cut stone coping over. Bridge slightly humpbacked, rising to th...

Reg No: 40909411

Single-arched bridge carrying small country road over Limestone Brook stream, built c. 1840. Bridge curves in plan; side elevations now partially overgrown. Segmental-headed arch having dressed vous...

Freestanding three-storey former signal tower on square-plan, built c. 1805, having machicolations to the corners of the north elevation and with central machicolation to the west elevation at parapet...

Detached three-bay two-storey over basement former Church of Ireland rectory, built c. 1815, having later single-storey over basement porch to the centre of the front elevation (south-east) and with t...

Reg No: 40909425

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1870, having two-bay two-storey outbuilding attached to the west gable end under the same roofline. Now out of use. Pitched natural slate roof (large sl...

Detached four-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c. 1830. Pitched/domed thatched roof (recently re-thatched) having ropes over secured on metal rail to front elevation (south-west) and with st...

Reg No: 40909427

Detached two-bay single-storey house with attic level, built c. 1880, having two-bay single-storey addition/outbuilding attached to the north-east gable end. Pitched natural slate roof with terracotta...

Reg No: 40909613

Detached three-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c. 1840, having single-storey extension to the rear (north). Still occupied. Pitched/domed thatched roof (recently re-thatched) having ropes ...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1860. Pitched natural slate roof having terracotta ridge tiles, cast-iron rainwater goods, and with smooth rendered ruled-and-line chimneystacks to the g...

Reg No: 40909428

Wall-mounted cast-iron post box, erected c. 1940, having raised 'P&T' monogram in Gaelic script to head and with foundry mark to base reading ‘Jessop Davis, Enniscorthy’. Still in use. Set into ...