Duckett’s Grove which is located in county Carlow, Ireland was gothicised in 19th century by the architect  Thomas A Cobden,  unlike so many large estates throughout Ireland, the Duckett’s never walled their estate. Still to this day it can be accessed directly from the road. The manor is but a shell without roof or windows. There are many gargoyles on display adorned around the building.

February 14, 2009

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