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Killiney History | March 4, 2024

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Templeville

NameTempleville
AddressKilliney Hill Road
Exists todayYes
On 1888 mapYes
Last Modified: 04 Jan 2024 | author

Holding page for Templeville

Further information will appear here as time allows

DateOwner/OccupierSource
1834Rev. Charles Sleater, Killiney (no house name provided)Watson’s almanack 1834
1837‘Templeville’ appears on O.S. ‘fair plan’ mapO.S. Map
1847Rev. Charles Sleater, Templeville, KillineyThoms
1850-58Rev. Charles Sleater, A.M. perpetual curate, Killiney Church, TemplevilleThoms, Ballybrack
1866-68Rev. Charles Sleater, Templeville, KillineyThoms
1870Rev. J.B. Radcliffe
1877-1907Frederick R. Rambaut EsqThoms, Killiney
1910-12Mrs. Rambaut
1917-43The Misses Rambaut
1947-60G. Rice

Peter Pearson says

Temple Ville, which stands just to the north of Druid Lodge, is one of Killiney’s few Georgian-style houses, and is historically interesting for once having been used as a church. Indeed, a curious feature of its chimney stack is a small, arched opening which may once have housed a bell. Church services were held here until the opening of St Matthias’s Church, Ballybrack, in 1835. The house is a five-bay, two-storey, non-basement residence with dormer windows. The interior exhibits typical late-Georgian features such as a narrow cornice and six-panelled doors.