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|Title:||Three-bay former farm outbuildings, Newcastle, South Dublin County|
|Authors:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage|
|Keywords:||Three-bay former farm outbuildings|
replacement timber windows
Roughcast rendered rubble stone walls.
Red brick surrounds
tongue and groove stable door
|Publisher:||Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government|
|Description:||Pair of detached three-bay former outbuildings, c.1840, one two-storey, the other single-storey, set on an L-plan around yard. Now in use as houses. Roughcast rendered rubble stone walls. Red brick surrounds to openings with various replacement timber windows and doors. Timber tongue and groove stable door with semi-circular overlight to single-storey house. Pitched slate roofs.|
|Appears in Collections:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage Collection|
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