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Conservation Boyle Courthouse, Boyle

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Building Description:

Detached three-bay two-storey former courthouse, built c. 1830, with flanking recessed single-storey entrance bays. Hipped slated roof with rendered chimney stacks to rear. Tooled course cut stone façade. Giant order pilasters to façade with string course, cornice and round-headed recessed blind doorways, end bays having fan light.

The Boyle Courthouse was designed by the architect Samuel Jackson and built c. 1830 at a cost of £800. It served as a venue for sittings of the petty and Quarter Sessions and sittings of the Districts and Circuit Courts following independence. 

Brief Description of Project:

The Society granted €3,000 for roof repairs of the Courthouse.