Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architects, of Belfast, whose design for Hazelbrook, Rasharkin Road, Portglenone, Co. Antrim, was published in the Irish Builder in 1909.(1) No other works have been recorded. Probably Frederick Cross King and George Grant King, of Ardvara, Cultra, Co. Down, the former a pupil of Graeme WATT & TULLOCH  WATT & TULLOCH and the latter of JAMES ST JOHN PHILLIPS  JAMES ST JOHN PHILLIPS who both became probationers of the RIBA in 1903.(2)

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(1) IB 51, 20 Feb 1909, 111(illus.).
(2) RIBAJ 10 (1902-3), 479.


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Building: CO. ANTRIM, PORTGLENONE, RASHARKIN ROAD, HAZELBROOK
Date: 1919
Nature: 2-storey house, for W.J. Glass, 'pleasantly situated on an eminence overlooking the River Bann'. Builder: Isaac Copeland.
Refs: IB 51, 20 Feb 1909, 111(illus.).