Reg No: 40909424

Double-arched bridge carrying road over tributary of the Lowerymore River, built or rebuilt c. 1860, having diminutive cutwater to central pier. Round-headed arches having dressed rock-faced voussoir...

Reg No: 40909423

Freestanding granite milestone on rectangular-plan, erected c. 1775, having pyramidal head. Inscriptions to the faces now illegible. Located adjacent to the former main road, and to the north-east o...

Freestanding two-stage lighthouse on tapering circular-plan, built between 1829 - 31, having faceted glass and metal lantern over. Metal walkway around base of lantern, supported on moulded stone cor...

Pair of attached three-bay single-storey former lighthouse keeper’s houses associated with St. John’s Point Lighthouse (see 40909715), built or altered 1900, having single-storey outbuildings atta...

Detached three-bay two-storey former Church of Ireland rectory, built c.1830, having later single-bay single-storey entrance porch to the centre of the front elevation (north-east), and with two-store...

Freestanding cast-iron water hydrant, erected c. 1910, comprising fluted shaft on moulded base surmounted by fluted domed capping with acorn finial over, and having lion's head motif to spout. Pull l...

Pier/jetty, erected c. 1880 and possibly altered c. 1894, having mass concrete walls with ashlar coping over, and with squared rubble cobblestone deck. Possibly containing earlier fabric. Mass concr...

Freestanding two-stage lighthouse on tapering circular-plan , built 1837-8, having faceted glass and metal lantern over. Metal walkway around base of lantern, supported on moulded stone corbels, havi...

Detached gable-fronted single-bay single-storey former coastguard boathouse, built 1871, originally associated with Teelin Coastguard Station (now ruinous and not in survey). Now in use as a private ...

Reg No: 40909719

Detached three-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c. 1860, still occupied. Pitched/domed thatched roof (recently renewed) having smooth rendered chimneystack to the east gable end and having p...

Detached four-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c. 1860. Still in use. Pitched roped thatched roof having two rendered chimneystacks (one to the west gable end and one offset to the east sid...

Detached five-bay single-storey former lighthouse keeper’s house associated with Rotten Island Lighthouse (see 40909715), built 1900. Now in use as stores and occasional dwelling. Flat (felt?) roo...

Double-arched bridge carrying road over the Glenaddragh River, built c. 1860, having coursed rock-faced cutwater on semi-circular plan to the central pier. Segmental-headed arches having rock-faced v...

Freestanding Catholic church on cruciform-plan, built 1913, having six-bay nave elevations, double-pile two-bay transepts to the north-east and south-west, single-storey over basement sacristy attache...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1760 and altered c. 1830, having central projecting single-bay porch to the front elevation (south) and with large two-storey return to the rear (north). ...

Detached three-bay two-storey over basement former country house, built c. 1840 and extended c. 1890 and c. 1910, having central projecting single-bay single-storey porch to the front elevation (south...

Pair of semi-detached two-bay two storey houses, built c. 1895, having adjoining projecting single-bay single-storey gable-fronted entrance porches to the central bays. Possibly originally built as w...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1840, having projecting single-bay porch to the main elevation (north), and with later five-bay single-storey addition to the west gable end. Original bu...

Detached six-bay two-storey house, built c. 1860 and extended c. 1905, having full-height two-bay projection/breakfront to the centre of the south-west elevation flanked to either side by single-store...

Double-arched bridge carrying road over tributary of the Fintragh River, built or rebuilt c. 1820, having V-profile ashlar cutwater to central pier. Segmental-headed arches having roughly dressed ash...