Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Amateur architect?   The Honourable Harry Lee Stanton Lee-Dillon, only son of the 17th Viscount Dillon, appears to have been responsible for designs for reducing Loughlynn House, Co. Roscommon, after it had been gutted by fire in 1904.  Lee-Dillon's scheme, which proposed the removal of the second storey of the house and the reduction of the end bays of the entrance front to a single storey, was carried out.

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References

Undated plans & elevation in Oxfordshire County Record Office, DIL XXII/a/2c;  Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland.(London, 1978), 193(illus.) 


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Building: CO. ROSCOMMON, LOUGHLYNN HOUSE
Date: 1904p
Nature: Plans for reducing house after fire of 1904, proposing removal of top floor and reduction of end bays of entrance front to single storey over basement.  Executed.
Refs:
Undated plans & elevation in Oxfordshire County Record Office, DIL XXII/a/2c;  Mark Bence-Jones, Burke’s Guide to Country Houses. Volume I, Ireland.(London, 1978), 193(illus.)