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RPS# 272

RPS
Architecture Record
Archaeology Record
  • Name
    Rush Library (Former St. Maur's Church)

    Description
    Renovated Former 19th century Roman Catholic Church, now community centre & library

    Address
    Chapel Green
    Rush

    Coordinates
    -6.10187, 53.5219

  • Architectural

    This structure is part of the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage. You can find extra information on the building on buildingsofireland.ie or by clicking the green National Inventory of Architectural heritage reference number below.

    11324004

    NIAH Details

    Detached gable-fronted former Roman Catholic church, built 1760, with six bays to side elevation. Transepts added, c.1820, square profile bell tower and polygonal apse added c.1860. Several gabled single-bay additions. Now in use as hall. ROOF:T-plan; ...[Read More]

    • Rating
      Regional
    • Type
      church/chapel
    • Dates
      1755 - 1765
    • Address
      Old Saint Maur's Roman Catholic Church Sandy Lane Rush
    • County
      Dublin
    • Townland
      RUSH

    Web Link
    http://www.buildingsofireland.ie/niah/search.jsp?type=record&county=FI&regno=11324004

  • Unfortunately it appears that this structure is not listed as part of the Record of Protected Monuments.
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