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RPS# 290

Architecture Record
Archaeology Record
  • Name
    Stable & Coachhouse Complex

    Stone stable & farm buildings

    Horestone Road

    -6.13807, 53.5212

  • Architectural

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


    NIAH Details

    Group of single- and two-storey stable and farm buildings, c.1850, with random rubble walls having red brick dressings. One now in use as dwelling.ROOF: Double pitched slate roof with terracotta ridge tiles; skylight to front pitch; double pitched roof...[Read More]

    • Rating
    • Type
      farmyard complex
    • Dates
      1840 - 1860
    • Address
    • County
    • Townland

    Web Link

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