Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Artistic

Original Use


In Use As



1820 - 1860


165643, 71706

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Detached five-bay three-storey house, built c.1840, having full-height canted three-bays to south elevation, two-storey bow to east elevation, porch to north, two-storey lean-to extension to west elevation and extension to north. Hipped artificial slate roof with rendered chimneystacks. Crenellated parapet to south elevation of west extension. Roughcast rendered walls with rendered stringcourse and corner pilasters. Round-, pointed and ogee-headed openings with red brick surrounds, render sills and one-over-one timber sliding sash windows. Glazed porch over round-headed door opening set in red brick surround with half-glazed timber door and fanlight. Square-headed door entrance to rear with moulded render surround to timber panelled door. Set within its own grounds.


A fine house set within its own well-kept grounds, which is an interesting addition to the architectural diversity of Sunday's Well. The full-height canted three-bays, picturesque pointed, round- and ogee-headed window openings with red brick dressings, and simple render pilasters add to its distinctive character. It is orientated away from the streetscape to face south over the River Lee, to maximise light and views.