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Historic Houses around Castlerea, Roscommon
 
 
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Clonalis House
Castlerea, Roscommon, Ireland
Clonalis was the first ? concrete house to be built in Ireland and, contrary to the perception of Victorian architecture as being dark and gloomy, once you cross the threshold you enter and elegant, bright House with lots of natural light. It has been sensitively...
0.0 miles Historic House
Strokestown Park
Strokestown, Roscommon, Ireland
From the front, the house looks enormous with its central block linked by curved quadrants to wings that are prolonged by screen walls with niches and pedimented archways. The main house has seven bays with three storeys over a basement and seems largely to date from...
15.8 miles Historic House
Boyle Abbey (HI)
Boyle, Roscommon, Ireland
An impressive and well preserved Cistercian Monastery which was founded in the 12th century under the patronage of the local ruling family, the MacDermotts. Though mutilated during the 17th and 18th centuries when it was used to accommodate a military garrison, Boyle...
16.0 miles Historic House
King House
Boyle, Roscommon, Ireland
King House is a magnificently restored Georgian Mansion located in Boyle, County Roscommon. It was built in the early 1700’s for Sir Henry King, whose family were one of the most powerful and wealthy in Ireland.#
16.0 miles Historic House
Clogher Heritage Complex
Claremorris, Mayo, Ireland
The Heritage Cottage is newly constructed, built in 2003, the labour and expertise supplied by our local FAS CE Scheme. The land on which the cottage and garden stands was donated by Mrs. B. Cosgrave and Family of Newtown, Clogher.
20.9 miles Historic House
Poet's Cottage
Camross, Laois, Ireland
Poets Cottage Shrub Nursery is situated on the bank of the River Esk in the centre of picturesque Lealholm, near the train station and public car park. Our landscaped gardens display fine specimen trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders, rockeries, patio plants and...
23.0 miles Historic House
Parke's Castle (HI)
Leitrim, Ireland
A restored plantation castle of the early 17th century, picturesquely situated on the shores of Lough Gill, once the home of Robert Parke and his family. The Courtyard grounds contain evidence of an earlier 16th century Tower House structure once owned by Sir Brian...
23.2 miles Historic House
Derryglad Folk Museum
Curraghboy, Roscommon, Ireland
For those with an interest in the lifestyle of bygone days, the Museum hosts laundry memorabilia, old and rare washing machines, 1930’s old-style thatched bar & grocery, old-style sheep shears, radios, gramophones and a large collection of 78rpm records, shop...
25.2 miles Historic House
Emo Court (HI)
Emo, Laois, Ireland
Emo Court was designed by the architect James Gandon in 1790 for the Earls of Portarlington and is a magnificent example of this neo-classical style. During the middle of this century it was owned by the Jesuits, it was then acquired and extensively restored by Mr....
27.2 miles Historic House
Aughnanure Castle (HI)
Oughterard, Galway, Ireland
Built by the O'Flahertys c. 1500, Aughnanure Castle lies in picturesque surroundings close to the shores of Lough Corrib. In 1546 the O'Flaherty's motto "Fortune favours the strong" and the powerful Mayo O'Malleys Motto "Powerful by land and by sea", were joined in...
31.0 miles Historic House
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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