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Title: Former Stable Building, Lucan House Demesne, Lucan, South Dublin County
Authors: National Inventory of Architectural Heritage
Keywords: Lucan Demesne
Former stable building
Ruled and lined walls
Pedimented breakfront
Granite platband
Timber sash windows
Stone sills
uPVC casement windows
Red brick dentil eaves course
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2002
Publisher: Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government
Description: Detached multiple-bay single-storey with attic former stable building, c.1790, now in use as house and storage building, and partly unoccupied. Built on a C-shaped half-octagonal plan. Roughcast rendered walls to convex side. Rendered, ruled and lined walls to concave side, with five three-bay sections alternately having superimposed arcade or ashlar pedimented breakfront. Pedimented breakfront to single-bay end bays. Granite platband at arch springing level. Timber sash windows with stone sills. uPVC casement windows to southern domestic section. Timber tongue and groove doors with overlights. Hipped slate roof with red brick dentil eaves course. Single-storey red brick lean-to shed to north
Appears in Collections:National Inventory of Architectural Heritage Collection
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