Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Artistic

Original Use


In Use As

Apartment/flat (converted)


1820 - 1840


317117, 233233

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Attached two-bay three-storey former house over basement, built c. 1830 as one of terrace of five (Nos. 15-19), having recent fire escape to rear. Now in use as apartments. M-profiled concrete tiled roof, hipped to south, having brick parapet with parapet gutters, rendered platband, moulded granite cornice and granite blocking course. Shouldered brick chimneystacks to north party wall with clay pots. Flemish bond brown brick walling on masonry plinth over painted ruled-and-lined rendered basement walling. Square-headed window openings with painted masonry sills, patent reveals and brick voussoirs. Timber sliding sash windows with ogee horns, ten-over-ten pane to basement and six-over-six pane above, with recent replacements to top floor. Decorative cast-iron balconettes to first floor and decorative cast-iron window-guards to top floor. Apparently timber sash windows to rear, with round-headed stairs window. Round-headed doorway with moulded surround, and painted masonry doorcase comprising panelled pilasters with scrolled consoles, plain entablature, replacement cobweb fanlight and replacement four-panel timber door with beaded muntin and recent brass furniture. Shared granite-paved entrance platform with seven bull-nosed granite steps and decorative cast-iron railings over painted granite plinth. Garden to front, with decorative cast-iron railings over painted granite plinth to street boundary, and matching pedestrian gate with decorative round-headed openwork cast-iron piers. Plainly detailed door opening beneath entrance platform. carparking to rear of Nos. 15-18.


A Georgian-style house, forming part of a cohesive and relatively well-retained terrace on Warrington Place. It features a pilastered doorcase and decorative cast-iron railings and balconettes. Higher than the pair to the east, it and the other houses in the terrace, are characterized by well-balanced proportions typical of the period, contributing strongly to the character of the streetscape along the Grand Canal and to the architectural heritage of south Dublin. Warrington Place was laid out 1791, but built in the early nineteenth century.