Detached five-bay three-storey over basement (four storey over basement to north) former bishop’s palace, built c. 1636-37 and altered c. 1695, c. 1740 and c. 1822, having full-height salient towers...

Freestanding single-storey six-bay Reformed Presbyterian church/Covenanters meeting house, built in 1810, having modern single-bay single-storey vestry and boiler house extension to the south-east gab...

Detached two-storey three-bay house, built c. 1860 and altered c. 1900, having single-bay single-storey flat-roofed canted bay windows to either side of doorway to the main elevation (south-east) and ...

Detached two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1890, having advanced gable-fronted bay to the east end of the front elevation (north) with slightly recessed flat-roofed sections to either side (east and ...

Detached two-storey three-bay house, built, c. 1800. Possibly originally associated with the former bishop’s palace (see 40833005) adjacent to the south-west. Now in use as a house. Steeply pitched ...

End-of-terrace three-bay two-storey Masonic hall\lodge, dated 1870 and 1903, having single-storey extension to the rear (west). Hipped artificial slate roof (fibre cement) with raised smooth rendered ...

Attached end-of-terrace three-bay two-storey house with attic level, built c. 1765 and altered c. 1820, having central single-bay full-height return to the rear (west). Now in use as a guest house. Pi...

Attached mid-terrace five-bay two-storey house with attic level, built c. 1750, having three-storey gabled stair return and singe-storey extension to rear (west). Facade refurbished, c. 1990, and now ...

Attached end-of-terrace five-bay two-storey house, built c. 1770. Now in use as offices (ground floor) with accommodation (apartments) over. Pitched artificial slate roof (fibre) having rendered, chim...

Inscribed stone feature\monument dated 1797, comprising a stone slab (on square-plan) inscribed to one face. The inscription now indecipherable (on site) apart from date ‘1797’ to lower section. E...

Freestanding Catholic church on complex-plan, built 1971-4, composed by two overlapping blocks (on rectangular plan) each having mono-pitched roofs with continuous clerestory windows at junction to ri...

Attached four-bay two-storey over basement house with half-dormer attic level, built c. 1880, incorporating two-bay shopfront to the south-east end, added, c. 1970. Probably originally two adjoining t...

Detached three-bay two-storey parochial house, built c. 1900, having central gable-fronted half-dormer window opening and projecting single-storey flat-roofed entrance porch to the front elevation (so...

Freestanding single-bay double-height former railway water tower (on rectangular-plan) associated with Glenties Railway Station (see 40837030), built c. 1895. Formerly surmounted by water tank, now re...

Detached five-bay two-storey over basement court house, built 1841-43, having slightly advanced entrance bays to either end of the front elevation (south-east). Formerly with bridewell cells at baseme...

Freestanding Church of Ireland chapel of ease, built c. 1855 and altered c. 1890, comprising four-bay double-height hall with shallow projecting chancel to the east having two-bay single-storey vestry...

Attached two-bay three-storey gable-fronted former commercial building, built c. 1870, having shopfront. Apparently formerly in use as a knitwear factory (until 1992) with shop. Later in use as a hous...

Detached three-bay two-storey former Church of Ireland rectory, built 1875, having advanced two-storey gable-fronted bay to the south end of the front elevation (east) having canted bay window at grou...

Detached five-bay two-storey bank, built c. 1880, having two-storey return to rear (south-west). Originally a branch of the Ulster Bank (Ordnance Survey twenty-five inch map of c. 1905), now in use as...

Attached four-bay two-storey house and public house, built c. 1830. Now amalgamated with building to the west (altered and not in survey). Modern additions to the rear (south). Pitched natural slate r...