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1760 – D.E. Williams House, Patrick Street, Tullamore, Co. Offaly

Architect: George Ross


Built of coursed limestone and set back from the street, this house stands out from the predominantly rendered street elevations. Impressive in its distinctive mid eighteenth-century design, the house was formerly the head office for the Williams Distillery and has been named in honour of D. E. Williams, the general manager.

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