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Title: Lucan House 17.1.1_2: this seven bay two storey over basement country house was built in the late eighteenth century, when Agmonisham Vesey cleared the previous residence and commence construction in 1772. The architecture is in part the work of Agmondisham and also William Chambers with Michael Stapleton responsible for the plasterwork. The Estate passed through the Sarsfield, Vesey and Colthurst families through marriage and in 1954 became residence of the Italian Ambassador. The remainder of the Estate land is now Liffey Valley Park.
Authors: Healy, Patrick
Keywords: Lucan House
Issue Date: 1992
Description: Lucan House 17.1.1_2: this seven bay two storey over basement country house was built in the late eighteenth century, when Agmonisham Vesey cleared the previous residence and commence construction in 1772. The architecture is in part the work of Agmondisham and also William Chambers with Michael Stapleton responsible for the plasterwork. The Estate passed through the Sarsfield, Vesey and Colthurst families through marriage and in 1954 became residence of the Italian Ambassador. The remainder of the Estate land is now Liffey Valley Park.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10599/7996
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