Duckett's Grove is a ruined 19thcentury great house and former estate in County Carlow, Ireland. Belonging to the Duckett family, it was formerly at the centre of a 12, 000acre (49 km 2 ) estate, [1 that dominated DUCKETT'S GROVE THE STORY OF AN IRISH MANSION Castledermot, County Carlow, Ireland Aug 22, 2018 Ducketts Grove, the 18th, 19th and early 20th century home of the Duckett family, Ducketts grove carlow halloween store formerly at the centre of a 12, 000 acre (4, 856 hectares) estate that has dominated the Carlow landscape for over 300 years.
Are you looking for family fun things to do in Carlow? Discover the top Family Fun activities and Places to go in Carlow suited for all ages. The mansion house at Ducketts Grove was built during the 1700s, replacing a smaller house.
In 1830, William acquired the services of architect Thomas A. Cobden to Gothicise the family estate to include Gothic towers, turrets, arches, niches, crenulations, loops, highstacked chimneys, statues, urns and oriel windows. Carlow for 320 Review& Contact Details of Duckett's Grove Walled Garden and Pleasure Grounds in Carlow by Georgina Campbell Guides Irelands leading independent hospitality guide Ducketts Grove was made to be a ruin, and as such it is rather splendid.
7 Comments Posted in Architectural History, Carlow, Country House Tagged Architectural History, County Carlow, Duckett's Grove, Heritage at Risk Duckett's Grove is a historical castle in Ireland to visit. With 20, 000 acre, the demesne has dominated the Carlow landscape for over 300 years Duckett's Grove Castle, Rainstown, Co.
Carlow. Location Just off the R418 E of Carlow town Description and History Ducketts Grove is probably the most recent site that I have on this website as it only dates to 1830. It is, however, a spectacular ruin that dominates the North Carlow landscape. The Ducketts did not live there Ducketts Grove, Carlow, Ireland Posted on January 20, 2013 February 3, 2017 by Ed Hannon Visions of the Past I had heard about the beautifully Gothic Ducketts Grove for many years as it is always mentioned alongside the likes of Leap Castle when the most haunted houses and castles of Ireland are listed.