Categories of Special Interest
1800 - 1840
Freestanding Gothic folly, on square-plan, associated with Jamestown Court (15402544), erected c.1820. Built of rubble limestone. Set on raised earthwork on circular plan, now overgrown. Located to the east of Jamestown Court (15402544).
An appealing element in the landscape that forms part of an interesting group of structures associated with Jamestown Court (15402544). This structure was intentionally built to look like a romantic/picturesque Gothic ruin in the landscape, a common feature associated with country estates in Ireland during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century.