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Lynch’s Castle is one of the finest surviving medieval townhouses, one of the best known examples of pre-Renaissance architecture in Ireland. It is essentially a two-period structure, the original 16th century castle was square in plan and was limited to the space now occupied on the ground floor by the vestibule of the bank. That portion to the west on Shop Street was added c1808. The extension is evident in the masonry of the exterior of the building, and the window hood-moulds of this section are very different in the character of their detail and carving from the original work. It is likely that the whole interior was remodelled and the storeys altered at this time, the window hood-moulds, the panels, the gargoyles, etc, being moved to their present positions.
An iconic corner house building has been brought to the market by Lynch auctioneers. This renowned end-of-terrace property is well known for its gable end artistic wall, which attracts both locals and tourists who want to photograph it, and was also the home of a very successful renowned family business for more than 30 years.
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Father Tom Burke’s Hurling Club was founded in 1898. It was called after the very famous Galway-born Dominican priest and preacher whose statue can be seen today on Father Griffin Road. Its membership was composed in the main of fishermen from the Claddagh. In their very early days, teams had 21 players.
Lynch auctioneers is offering for sale this lovely three bedroom third floor apartment. Owner occupied since its construction in 2003, this apartment has been very well maintained throughout. Externally, there are ample parking facilities to the front of the building and a shared green area to the rear.
Wolfe Tone Bridge was the third bridge to be built over the river. The West Bridge (now known as O’Brien’s Bridge) was the first and dates from medieval times. The Salmon Weir Bridge dates from 1820, and the Wolfe Tone Bridge was built in the mid-19th century.
Kerry’s ability for the find the back of the net at vital stages was the difference between these two sides in Croke Park on Saturday afternoon. The Kingdom hit three first half goals to set up their win and book their passage to the All Ireland final in a fortnights time.