Freestanding double-height Catholic church, consecrated 1999, on a ship-based plan with courtyard area to the east created by section of freestanding stone-clad walling with central integral round-hea...

Detached five-bay two-storey house with attic storey, built c. 1780, having basement\cellar level to rear (south), and with later two-bay two-storey return to south, built c. 1880, and with single-bay...

Detached four-bay two-storey outbuilding, built c. 1860, having external flight of rubble stone steps to the front elevation (south-west) giving access to doorway at first floor level. Located to the ...

Freestanding double-height Church of Ireland hall-type church, built 1760, comprising three-bay hall with chancel within body of church, and having single-bay single-storey entrance porch attached to ...

Attached end-of-terrace three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1905, having single-bay single-storey addition to the west gable end. One of a group of three buildings with the buildings adjoining to the...

Triple-arch bridge carrying road over the Dunglow River, built c. 1760 and altered c. 1860, having V-profile rubble stone cutwaters to central piers to both upstream and downstream elevations. Widened...

Single-arched bridge carrying road over small unnamed river\stream draining into Lough Swilly to the north, built c. 1800. Segmental-headed arch with roughly dressed stone voussoirs; rubble stone cons...

Detached three-bay single-storey over basement with dormer attic house, built c. 1820 having central gable-fronted gablet to the centre of the main elevation (east), single-bay single-storey entrance ...

Single-arch bridge carrying small road over the former Dundalk Barrack Street to Derry Foyle Road railway line, built c. 1847. Now out of use following closure of rail line in 1965. Segmental-headed a...

Detached five-bay three-storey former corn mill, built c. 1800, and extended c. 1870, having single-storey over basement coach house to the south-east end of the front elevation (south-west), and with...

Detached three-bay two-storey house on L-shaped plan, built 1875, having advanced two-storey bay to the north end of the front elevation (west) having canted bay window at ground floor level with flat...

Detached five-bay single-storey house, built c. 1830. Originally associated with Dunmore House (see 40828003), possibly as a lodge. Later in use as a school house, c. 1910, and later as gardener’s h...

Group of detached single-, two- and three-storey outbuildings (including barn and stables) associated with Dunmore House (see 40828003), built c. 1800 and modified and altered on subsequent occasions....

Walled garden complex on sub-rectangular plan associated with Dunmore House (see 4082803), erected c. 1800. Still maintained and cultivated with modern gardens and mature trees etc. to site. Rubble st...

Complex of single- and two-storey outbuildings associated with The Deanery Glendooen\Conwal Church of Ireland Rectory (see 40829011), built c. 1816, comprising six-bay two-storey building to the south...

Double-arched bridge carrying road over the River Swilly, built c. 1780, having V-profile ashlar cutwaters to the central pier to both upstream and downstream elevations with having projecting cut sto...

Collection of sundials associated with Dunmore House, erected c. 1935-6. Sundial located to the centre of the walled garden (see 40828005) comprising concrete sundial with metal gnomon and inlaid meta...

Freestanding Church of Ireland cathedral, built or rebuilt c. 1610, altered c. 1622, c. 1695, c. 1700-20, c. 1737-8, c. 1830, and c. 1888-92, comprising nave to the west, chancel and choir to the east...

Freestanding three-bay two-storey former gable-fronted Presbyterian church, built 1860, having central portico in antis with two Ionic columns to front elevation (west), Ionic pilasters to either side...

Detached seven-bay three-storey former school, built c. 1737 and altered c. 1800, comprising central five-bay three-storey block with advanced single-bay three-storey blocks to either end of the front...