Single-arch road bridge, built c. 1820, carrying road over the Ballintra River. Segmental-headed arch having roughly dressed stone voussoirs and squared rubble stone construction to the arch barrel. ...

Attached three-bay two-storey vernacular house, built c. 1820, with single-storey extension(s) to rear (north-west). Possibly formerly in use as a shop. Pitched reed thatch roof with chicken wire an...

Attached three-bay three-storey bank, built c. 1875 or in 1939, having two-storey return and single-storey over basement extension to rear (north-west). Window opening to centre at ground floor level...

Freestanding double-height Catholic church, built c. 1810 and altered c. 1880, in 1920 and c. 1980, comprising six-bay hall having cut stone bellcote over the north-east gable end, shallow single-bay ...

Attached single-storey with attic level outbuilding, built c. 1880, comprising two adjoining parallel gable-fronted single-storey outbuildings. Now in use as agricultural outbuilding. Pitched natura...

End-of-terrace three-bay two-storey house with attic level, built c. 1830. Now out of use. One of a terrace of four along with buildings adjoining to the west (not in survey). Pitched natural slate...

Detached five-bay two-storey former national school, built c. 1850, having recessed single-bay two-storey bays to either end of the main elevation (north-west). Now in use as a guest house/holiday ac...

Detached five-bay single-storey former Methodist chapel, dated 1888, having gable-fronted porch attached to the south end of the east of nave. Now in use as a restaurant with modern glazed lean-to en...

Detached seven-bay two-storey former convent with attic storey, built 1891-2, having advanced central gable-fronted bay to main elevation (east) having bellcote/statue niche over with trefoil-headed o...

Freestanding limestone memorial monument, erected in 1953, comprising tapering carved limestone pedestal (on square-plan) having carved soldier figure over with rifle. Inscriptions to each face of pe...

Semi-detached two-bay double-height former railway goods shed associated with the former Pettigoe Railway Station, built c. 1866. Now in use as an outbuilding. Pitched natural slate roof having corr...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1830, having later lean-to extension attached to the east gable end. Half hipped natural slate roof with clay ridge tiles and cut stone coping. Central ...

Cast-iron wall-mounted post box, c. 1930, with 'Carron Company, Stirlingshire' foundry mark to base and 'Post Office' in raised lettering above letter flap. Still in use. Set into rendered gate pier...

Attached three-bay two-storey house and retail outlet, built c. 1880 and altered c. 1935, having shopfront to ground floor. Now in use as betting office and house with extension to rear. Pitched art...

Single-arch road bridge, built c. 1860, carrying road over the Bradoge River. Widened to south-east elevation c. 1980. Possibly incorporating the fabric of an earlier bridge to site (Ordnance Survey...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1910, having full-height canted projections to the outer bays of the main elevation (west) and with two-storey return to rear (east). Hipped natural slate...

Freestanding Presbyterian church, dated 1834 and modified and enlarged c. 1885, comprising a three-bay hall to the west with projecting gable-fronted extensions to the south and north elevations of th...

Detached eleven-bay two-storey over basement hospital with attic storey, dated 1894, having central single-bay three-storey gable-fronted breakfront to the main elevation (north), projecting three-bay...

Detached three-bay two storey former Church of Ireland rectory on L-shaped plan, built c. 1901, having two-storey return to the rear (north) at the east side, advanced full-height gable-fronted bays t...

Freestanding seven-bay double-height Catholic church, dated 1842 and modified 1860 and 1891, having two-storey over basement sacristy to the centre of the south elevation (1842), single-bay canted cha...