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Title: Killakee House Restaurant, Killakee Road, South Dublin County
Authors: National Inventory of Architectural Heritage
Keywords: two-storey former house
restaurant and bar
Coarse rendered walls
Replacement timber sash windows
dower house of Killakee House
Roughcast rendered walls with cut stone quoins
Timber Wyatt and casement windows
two-storey rubble stone stable ruins
belfry and blocked carriage arches
Single-cell Gothic style lodge
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2002
Publisher: Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government
Description: Detached five-bay two-storey former house, c.1765, now in use as a restaurant and bar. Coarse rendered walls. Replacement timber sash windows to ground floor. Pitched slate roof with rendered chimney stacks to gables. Four-bay two-storey former dower house of Killakee House, c.1806, abutting to rere to form T-plan. Roughcast rendered walls with cut stone quoins. Timber Wyatt and casement windows. Hipped slate roof. Unroofed remains of two-storey rubble stone stables to north-west, with prominent belfry and blocked carriage arches. Also in yard smaller stable of similar style. Single-cell Gothic style lodge across road.
Appears in Collections:National Inventory of Architectural Heritage Collection
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