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|Title:||Esker House, Esker Bridge, South Dublin County|
|Authors:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage|
Timber sash windows.
|Publisher:||Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government|
|Description:||Detached five-bay two-storey farm house, c.1780, with shallow advanced end bays. Smooth rendered walls. Timber sash windows. Timber panelled door with simple radial fanlight and side lights. Pitched slate roof with raised gables, each having rendered chimney stacks. Extension to rere with hipped roof. Limestone rubble boundary wall to front. To west a smooth rendered boundary wall with a round-headed doorway with cast-iron gates to gardens. Rebuilt rubble stone gate piers and screen walls with late nineteenth-century cast-iron gates to east.|
|Appears in Collections:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage Collection|
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