Killua Castle, County Westmeath
2011 – 2015
Detached multi-bay three-storey over basement castellated Gothic Revival castle on complex plan, built c.1780. Originally constructed as a regular seven-bay three-storey over basement Georgian house with a full-height three-bay canted bay window to centre of entrance facade (northwest) and three-bay bow to centre of rear facade (southeast).
Works Carried Out
- Complete refurbishment of the Victorian wing which we constructed the famous “Great Hall “ made from European oak and all associated works.
- Extensive external works which we have included in the photographs below these include the medieval garden, ironmongery, stonework, landscaping, construction of the boat house and shell house on the lake.