Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)
Marley, Co. Carlow
Knockduff House Marley, St Mullins, Co Carlow
Dates from the early 18th century.
A mid-18th century, gable-ended house of five bays and two storeys with a batter on the lime-rendered walls, granite architraves and moulded sills to the unusually small windows and a similar architrave to the square-headed doorcase, a heavy cornice and a floating pediment with a round-headed window in the tympanum. The high-pitched roof has small slates and there are end stacks. The house is derelict though some of the windows have the remains of early-19th century sashes.
- Source: https://oldbuilders.com/01_jobs/knockduff/1%20knockduff_01.htm
- Source: http://www.carlow.ie/wp-content/documents/uploads/appendix-8-record-of-protected-structures.pdf
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