When Less is Plenty


The handsome cut-limestone pedimented doorcase and sidelights of Huntingdon, County Westmeath. A typical Irish 18th century gentleman farmer’s residence, the house dates from c.1770 and is of three bays and two storeys over basement, just one room deep and with a central bow at the rear to accommodate a staircase. An exercise in elegant restraint.

3 comments on “When Less is Plenty

  1. Rod Williams says:

    It’s quite lovely. I’m thinking the lamp over the fanlight is a more recent addition?

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