Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Social

Original Use


In Use As



1840 - 1860


204986, 98545

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Terraced three-bay single-storey rubble stone house with dormer attic, c.1850, retaining early fenestration. Extensively renovated, post-1999, with single-bay single-storey gabled projecting open porch added to left, and dormer attic added. One of a terrace of ten. Pitched (shared) slate roof (hipped, post-1999, to dormer attic window; gabled to porch) with replacement decorative red clay ridge tiles, post-1999, rendered chimney stack, rendered coping, decorative timber bargeboards to porch, and replacement uPVC rainwater goods, post-1999, on timber eaves. Random rubble stone walls. Square-headed window openings with stone sills, red brick block-and-start surrounds, and 6/6 timber sash windows. Square-headed window opening to dormer attic with timber casement windows. Square-headed window openings to porch with fixed-pane timber windows. Square-headed door opening with red brick block-and-start surround, and replacement glazed timber panelled door, post-1999. Set back from line of road with random rubble stone boundary wall to front.


An appealing small-scale house, built as one of a terrace of ten identical houses (with 22809127 - 129, 131, 181/WD-21-09-127 - 129, 131, 181) probably with associations to the Lismore Castle estate. Despite renovation works in the late twentieth century, the basic form and massing of the house remains discernible, while some early features and materials emphasise the historic character of the site. The house, together with the remainder in the terrace, forms a picturesque feature of uniform, low-lying quality in the streetscape of Church Lane.