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Rathwade House
County Carlow


Rathwade House
A George IV house built in the fashionable Tudor-gothic revival 'cottage' style and set in the most delightful mature grounds.
Rathwade is an extremely attractive and beautifully proportioned house in the Tudor style. The design is attributed to the renowned nineteenth century architect Daniel Robertson, although the style is similar in design and possibly influenced by examples designed by the revered architect R.V. Morrison. Constructed between 1820 and 1840 for a member of the Bagneal family, of nearby Dunleckney Manor, the pleasing characteristics of the exterior continue inside with gracious reception rooms and nicely proportioned bedrooms

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