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|Fonthill House, South Dublin County
|National Inventory of Architectural Heritage
Red brick walls
coursed limestone rubble walls
timber sash windows
segmental carriage arch
Granite gate piers
|Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government
|Detached four-bay two-storey over basement former house, c. 1870, now in use as an office. Red brick walls with granite quoins and string courses, coursed limestone rubble walls to north. Granite surrounds with keystones to window openings housing timber sash windows. Hipped slate roof with timber bracketed eaves and red brick chimney stacks. Limestone rubble yard wall to west and north-west with segmental carriage arch. Cobbled lower yard to west. Granite gate piers to estate road entrance.
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