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|Title:||Rathfarnham Parish Centre, Main Street, Rathfarnham, South Dublin County|
|Authors:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage|
|Keywords:||Single-storey former schoolhouse|
Leaded timber casement windows
Roughcast rendered walls with cut stone dressings
Chamfered stone reveals
cut stone coping to breakfront gable.
|Publisher:||Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government|
|Description:||Formerly semi-detached four-bay single-storey former schoolhouse, c.1820, now used as a parish centre. Roughcast rendered walls with cut stone dressings. Chamfered stone reveals to openings. Leaded timber casement windows. Timber tongue and groove door in four-centred archway to gabled breakfront. Pitched slate roof with cut stone coping to breakfront gable.|
|Appears in Collections:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage Collection|
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