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Killiney History | June 15, 2024

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Killiney Park House

Killiney Park House
NameKilliney Park House
Previous NamesHouse no longer exists
On 1888 mapYes
Last Modified: 12 Feb 2024 | author

This is a holding page for Killiney Park House

Further information will be added here as time allows

Owners and Occupiers of Killiney Park House over the years

1802Advert for Killiney Park ‘To Let’
1834Mrs. Elizabeth KingWatson’s Almanack
1837Sir N.W. Brady, KntLewis
1847Thomas MooneyThom’s (listed under Killiney)
1850-52Captain Copeland
1856-60Thomas Mackie Esq
1868-70Joseph Fishbourne Esq
1880-92Vacant ‘The Park’Thom’s (listed under Killiney-park)
1894Mrs. Trouton ‘The Park’Thom’s (listed under Killiney-park)
1897-1920Vacant ‘The Park House’Thom’s (listed under Killiney-park)
1921James Netherville J.P.
1923-26The Hon. Mrs. Mary Netherville
1932-43Wm. Gordon Cardew ‘Park House’Thom’s (listed under Killiney)
1947Vacant ‘The Park House’Thom’s (listed under Killiney-park)
1950-60John O’BrienThom’s (listed under Killiney-park)

Peter Pearson says

Killiney Park House, a five-bay, two-storey, non-basement residence, was probably built about 1830. It had a hipped roof with over-hanging eaves. The house had two entrances, one from Killiney Avenue and one from Killiney Hill Road, and a walled garden of about half an acre. There is a small folly tower, built of granite, which stands on a former driveway to the east of the house. Following its sale in 1965, Killiney Park was demolished and a group of large, split-level houses was developed, now called Killiney Heath.

Folly Tower

Only remnant of Killiney Park House, the folly tower. Photo by MMcS 2023

Saunder’s Newsletter 14th June 1802