Killruddery, The Gateway to the Garden of Ireland and on Dublin’s doorstep, is home to the Brabazon Family (the Earls of Meath) since 1618 and currently the home of the 15th Earl of Meath. Killruddery House was commissioned in the 1820’s by the 10th Earl and designed by Richard Morrison and his son William.
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Though greatly reduced to its present day proportions in the 1950’s, much of the Morrison's design and architecture remain and it is still the most significant Elizabethan-Revival mansion in Ireland.
Killruddery is unique in having one of the most extensive early formal gardens, in their original style, surviving in Ireland today. Largely laid out in the 17th century and added to in the 19th century, they are amongst the most important of their type in Ireland and the UK.
You can contact Kilruddery House on 01-2863405, or @ firstname.lastname@example.org