Georgian 1714 > 1830

Georgian architecture is the name given in most English-speaking countries to the set of architectural styles current between 1714 and 1830. It is eponymous for the first four British monarchs of the House of Hanover—George I, George II, George III, and George IV—who reigned continuously during this period.

The Port of Waterford Company Building, Waterford City 1785

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Once a global trading powerhouse & Ireland's most exquisite Georgian staircase. Waterford is Ireland's oldest city and has always been one of the main gateways into the country for people and ideas since [...]

The Port of Waterford Company Building, Waterford City 17852020-05-04T15:59:21+00:00

The Bishop’s Palace. Waterford City 1741

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One of the finest early Georgian houses in Ireland & the oldest piece of Waterford Glass The Bishop’s Palace in Waterford City was built in 1741 to the designs of the famous architect [...]

The Bishop’s Palace. Waterford City 17412020-05-04T12:42:28+00:00

Buncrana Castle, Buncrana, County Donegal 1718

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The earliest and most important of the 'Big Houses' of Inishowen During the 18th century, large manor houses like this one were known as 'castles'. This house was built by Colonel George Vaughan [...]

Buncrana Castle, Buncrana, County Donegal 17182020-04-29T07:17:22+00:00

Armagh Observatory, Armagh City 1789

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The oldest scientific institution in Northern Ireland & groundbreaking architecture Armagh Observatory was established by Richard Robinson, Archbishop of Armagh, in 1789. Robinson was not only the leader of the Church of Ireland [...]

Armagh Observatory, Armagh City 17892020-05-06T19:43:59+00:00

Prehen House, Prehen, Derry City 1740

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Derry's most historic house & & Half hanged McNaughton This early Georgian manor house was built in 1740 with the finest materials for Andrew Knox, M.P for Donegal. It sits on an elevated [...]

Prehen House, Prehen, Derry City 17402020-04-29T13:15:12+00:00

Newbridge House, Donabate. County Dublin 1736

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An authentic example of an early Georgian mansion with original interiors & a working farm Newbridge House is located in Donabate in north county Dublin. It is considered a perfect example of an [...]

Newbridge House, Donabate. County Dublin 17362020-04-26T15:37:39+00:00

Avondale House, Rathdrum. County Wicklow 1777

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The stunning home & estate of Charles Stewart Parnell Avondale House is located near the village of Rathdrum in County Wicklow. This was the birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846 -1891) [...]

Avondale House, Rathdrum. County Wicklow 17772020-05-03T17:39:32+00:00

Fahan House, Fahan, County Donegal 1765

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Once the home to Agnes Jones - the great nursing pioneer Fahan House is a beautiful Georgian house built around 1765 on the shores of Lough Swilly. The most famous resident to occupy [...]

Fahan House, Fahan, County Donegal 17652020-04-25T16:32:05+00:00

Mount Juliet Estate, Thomastown. County Kilkenny 1757

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One of Ireland's finest 5* golf estates, Normans & a gift to a wife Mount Juliet is located near the beautiful village of Thomastown in county Kilkenny. It was built in 1757 by [...]

Mount Juliet Estate, Thomastown. County Kilkenny 17572020-05-04T11:56:18+00:00

Clifton House, Clifton Street. Belfast City 1774

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Belfast's oldest & finest Georgian building & The Poor House If you like the Georgian style of architecture this is regarded as one of Belfast's finest, It was built in 1774 by The [...]

Clifton House, Clifton Street. Belfast City 17742020-04-28T21:56:24+00:00