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|Title:||Gable-fronted pavilion, Peamount Hospital, Newcastle, South Dublin County|
|Authors:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage|
Timber clapboard walls.
Glazed timber veranda
Timber casement windows
|Publisher:||Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government|
|Description:||Single-storey double-gable-fronted pavilion, c.1912, with attached ancillary buildings. Now in use as a dining hall. Timber frame with timber clapboard walls. Full-width glazed timber veranda to front. Timber casement windows. M-profile felt roof. Southern wall now roughcast rendered with uPVC casement windows. Appraisal This dining hall and shop preserve the form and many materials of the original temporary timber pavilions. Built as a disease control measure by the TB sanatorium, they are a valuable reminder of this phase of the history of the estate.|
|Appears in Collections:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage Collection|
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