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Title: Rathfarnham Church of Ireland Parish Church, Main Street, Church Lane, Rathfarnham, South Dublin County
Authors: National Inventory of Architectural Heritage
Keywords: Georgian Church
round-headed windows
cut stone quoins and dressings
stained glass
Pointed openings with drip mouldings
Octagonal spire
corner finials
decorative interior
Ashlar gate piers
rendered boundary wall
Large yew tree
cast-iron gates and railings
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2002
Publisher: Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government
Description: Detached cruciform plan Georgian church, c.1785. Tower, porch and vestry added 1821. Transepts added 1852 and 1889. Roughcast rendered walls with cut stone quoins and dressings. Two bays to nave with round-headed windows having stained glass. Pointed openings with drip mouldings to later additions. Octagonal spire to tower with corner finials. Pitched slate roof. Richly decorated interior. Ashlar gate piers and rendered boundary wall with cast-iron gates and railings to street. Large yew tree within grounds.
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