Survey Data

Reg No

14321008


Rating

Regional


Categories of Special Interest

Architectural Artistic Historical Social Technical


Original Use

Court house


Date

1835 - 1840


Coordinates

304717, 268412


Date Recorded

17/06/2002


Date Updated

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Description

Detached T-plan gable-fronted three-bay former court house, built c.1838, with double-height court room and two-story office accommodation. Now disused. Pitched slate roof with red brick chimneystack and cast-iron rainwater goods. Squared limestone walls with tooled limestone quoins and a limestone eaves course. Timber sash windows and blocked openings with block-and-start dressed limestone surrounds. Timber panelled double doors with a carved Doric doorcase and a fanlight above.

Appraisal

Duleek court house occupies a prominent position in the streetscape. Designed by Francis Johnston, who was commissioned by Judge John Trotten, it is of apparent architectural form and detailing. The ashlar dressings and the carved stone doorcase are clearly the work of skilled craftsmen.