Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Artistic, Technical

Original Use

Rectory/glebe/vicarage/curate's house

In Use As



1810 - 1815


193790, 279589

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Detached three-bay two-storey over basement former glebe house, built in 1814, with central bow to front elevation, return to rear and entrance porch to side elevation. Balustrade to basement well. Hipped slate roof with rendered chimneystacks. Coursed limestone walls with limestone quoins, pebbledashed walls to rear. Date to keystone on front elevation. Timber sash windows set in blind arches with tooled limestone sills and tooled limestone surrounds. Round-headed door opening in entrance porch with replacement timber panelled door and fanlight. Tripartite windows to central bow. Two-storey outbuildings to rear yard with pitched slate roof and roughcast-rendered walls. Rear yard enclosed by random coursed limestone wall. Decorative cast-iron gates and square-profile limestone gate piers to roadside, wrought-iron railings to winding driveway. Former glebe house is located in a parkland to the south of Strokestown.


The former glebe house, near Strokestown, is an imposing limestone house. The starkness of the structure is relieved by the central bow to the front elevation and the detail of round-headed blind arches. The survival of the timber sash windows contribute to the architectural significance of the house.