Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Artistic, Social

Original Use


In Use As

Community centre


1820 - 1840


202832, 150170

Date Recorded


Date Updated



End-of-terrace seven-bay two-storey former school, built c. 1830, having flat-roofed and lean-to extensions to rear and extension to south with pitched artificial slate roof. Now in use as community centre. Pitched artificial slate roof with rendered chimneystack to north end and cast-iron rainwater goods. Painted smooth rendered walls. Round-headed window openings with painted tooled cut stone sills and timber sliding sash three-over-six pane windows having intersecting timber tracery to first floor, timber casement twelve-pane windows having similar intersecting timber tracery above to ground floor and nine-pane versions of latter to first floor of southern three bays. Various replacement windows to rear elevation. Round-headed door openings with timber battened doors surmounted by fanlight composed of intersecting timber tracery.


This attractive former schoolhouse occupies a prominent position in the village of Clonoulty and contributes positively to the streetscape. It retains fine features including its round-headed windows with delicate intersecting timber tracery. It is possible that the northernmost four bays were built as the original schoolhouse with two entrances, as was popular in nineteenth century school buildings, one for boys, one for girls, and the building later doubled in size as required.