Categories of Special Interest
1740 - 1780
Hexagonal-plan gazebo, built c.1760. Ashlar stone walls with impost mouldings, plaques and balustraded parapet. Round-arched window openings with stone sills and carved stone doorcase.
Set on an artificial mound, this gazebo occupies a prominent position in the surrounding landscape, due to its elevation site. Architectural design and detailing are apparent in the form, plan and execution of the building. It formerly formed part of a group of demesne structures with Herbertstown House (now demolished), outbuildings and gate lodges. The demesne is now split into smaller holdings.