A terrace of four houses, those at either end having advanced and pedimented bays, in Rockcorry, County Monaghan. A plaque in each pediment advises ‘These houses were built by Jos. Griffiths for destitute widows A.D. 1847.’ Solidly built with rusticated quoins and red-brick trim around doors and windows, the terrace now stands empty and itself faces destitution. Here is a building that, having served the local community for many years, is today in turn deserving of charity.
Oh! How right you are! what gorgeous buildings! And they will quickly fall apart if left empty!
I hope someone who can will help!!
What a shame to have such beautiful buildings abandoned. I bet that destitut
e widows would love to live in them again!
What a shame to have such beautiful buildings abandoned. I bet that destitute widows would love to live in them again!