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|Title:||Two-storey former estate offices and animal shed, Johnstown, South Dublin County|
|Authors:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage|
|Keywords:||Two-storey former estate offices and animal shed|
Roughcast rendered walls
Timber sash windows
Double-height pointed-arched entrance with granite surround
granite string course
parapet, pinnacles and plaque.
granite block gate piers and tall pinnacles.
|Publisher:||Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government|
|Description:||Detached multiple-bay two-storey former estate offices and animal shed, c.1800, on an octagonal plan. Now partially in use as animal sheds. Roughcast rendered walls. Timber sash windows with stone sills and timber door. Hipped slate roof with smooth rendered chimney stack. Double-height pointed-arched entrance with granite surround and granite string course mirroring arch and parapet to south-west elevation. Entrance to north-west of octagonal structure with parapet, pinnacles and plaque. Blocked cast-iron gates and railings to north-west of former offices with granite block gate piers and tall pinnacles. Four-bay and two-bay sheds with roughcast rendered walls and pitched slate and corrugated metal roof, to south-west elevation.|
|Appears in Collections:||National Inventory of Architectural Heritage Collection|
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