Ardglass House in Rathowen, Co Westmeath, was once a retreat for the landed gentry who held sway over the area in the days of British rule.
Originally a hunting lodge, the property was rebuilt in an Italianate villa style around the mid-19th century – assumably under the watch of Major AP Bond, a former deputy lieutenant for Co Longford who owned the estate in the late 1830s, according to the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage....
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