Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Artistic, Technical

Original Use


In Use As



1850 - 1890


180238, 302631

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Terraced two-bay three-storey house, built c.1870, with timber shopfront to ground floor, return and outbuilding to rear of site. Pitched slated roof with rendered chimneystacks. Ruled-and-lined render to walls with plinth course. Timber shopfront with central recessed timber and glazed panelled door with limestone and tiled threshold, flanked by round-headed display windows, replacement fascia and brackets. Round-headed door opening to upper storeys with timber panelled door, fanlight and stone surround. Timber sash windows with tooled stone sills. Sash and replacement windows to rear elevation. Stone outbuilding to rear of site with chamfered corner and stone coping to parapet. This building fronts onto the street and backs onto the River Boyle.


B. Grehan's is part of an attractive, nineteenth-century terrace, situated on the Main Street leading from King House. It has a number of architecturally-interesting features such as its entrance door, sash windows, timber shopfront and stone outbuildings. Its form, proportion and detailing make this a notable building on Main Street, leading directly into the centre of Boyle.