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1734 – Barlow House, Drogheda, Co. Louth

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Architect: Richard Cassels or Francis Bindon

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A fine mid eighteenth century built by Alderman James Barlow. With five bays on three floors and a basement, it is a substantial Georgian residence. It has a fine pedimented Gibbsian doorcase with the central window above decorated with a segmental pediment. The building has been attributed to both Richard Cassels and Francis Bindon.

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