Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Social

Original Use

Country house

In Use As



1800 - 1805


324863, 198300

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Detached eleven-bay two-storey over basement castle style former country house, built 1804 for Francis Synge MP to designs by Francis Johnston. The building fell into dereliction in the 1940s; and restored and converted to use as four terraced houses in 1975. It is finished in render. The one bay breakfront rises to three storeys over basement with bartizans. To each corner is a circular tower. The high parapets are all castellated and obscure the roof structure. A number of flat-roofed single-storey porches have been added to the south-west elevation; these front entrances to the apartments enter through what was the rear of the castle. Window openings are flat-headed with replacement casement frames. The building is picturesquely set within a well wooded demesne.


In spite of the significant changes of use this house remains a positive asset to the local heritage.