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dc.coverage.temporal1775en_IE with kind permission of the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government. South Dublin Libraries do not own the reproduction rights to this image. If you wish to reproduce this image see contact details at http://www.buildingsofireland.ieen_IE
dc.descriptionDetached multiple-bay two-storey L-plan country house, c.1775, and rebuilt after fire, c.1900. Roughcast rendered walls. Squared coursed stone to rere projecting wing. Timber sash windows of various profiles, some timber casements. Pitched slate roof with five slender chimney stacks. Flat-roofed veranda on cast-iron columns to re-entrant corner. Further wing to the east. Ornate gardens. Cast-iron entrance gates and railings.en_IE
dc.publisherDepartment of the Environment, Heritage and Local Governmenten_IE
dc.relationNational Inventory of Architectural Heritage ID: 11228001en_IE
dc.subjecttwo-storey L-plan country houseen_IE
dc.subjectTimber sash and casement windowsen_IE
dc.subjectRoughcast rendered wallsen_IE
dc.subjectSquared coursed stoneen_IE
dc.subjectFlat-roofed veranda on cast-iron columnsen_IE
dc.subjectCast-iron entrance gates and railingsen_IE
dc.subjectGeorge Griersonen_IE
dc.subjectHeathfield Lodgeen_IE
dc.titleGlenasmole Lodge, South Dublin Countyen_IE
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