Architectural Heritage

Fingal Dublin has a rich and diverse building stock, ranging from isolated rural structures such as traditional farmsteads, small thatched cottages and large country houses to the architecture of a capital city, including an international airport. The large estates  of Luttrellstown, Newbridge, Ardgillan and Malahide are of significant architectural merit, but more modest and functional structures also form part of our architectural heritage. This includes lighthouses; the 19th century railway stations; the Martello towers; holy wells; milestones; and waterpumps. Fingal Dublin was once renowned for the number of thatched buildings throughout the county but relatively few have survived to the present.

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