Luttrellstown, between Clonsilla and Lucan, W Co.Dublin.
The estate was most of Clonsilla parish, from the River Liffey to Clonsilla Church.
Thomas Luttrell, MP
Henry Luttrell, 2nd Earl of Carhampton
sold Luttrellstown c.1800 to
White remodelled the castle, and changed its name to Woodlands.
Luttrellstown Castle survives today,
known again by that name.
It is now a Country Club.
There was a
of footballer David Beckham
and singer "Posh Spice"
Old gate to Luttrellstown Castle.
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From Google Street View
[Taylor and Skinner, 1777].
1887 to 1913 map.
Entrance to Luttrellstown, 1795,
by Jonathan Fisher.
From [Ball, vol.4, 1906].
Luttrellstown Castle, c.1900.
Photo originally published in Ireland, vol.4, p.643, c.1901.
Republished in [Ball, vol.4, 1906].
Photo 2006. See full size.
From Ailish Brennan.
Used with permission.
Sources yet to be consulted
- An Englishman's "Tour in Ireland in 1813 and 1814"
- "Excursion to Ireland, by the Deputy Governor of the Irish Society in 1825"
- Archer's "Survey of the County Dublin", early 19th cent.
- Dutton's "Observations on Mr.Archer's Survey", early 19th cent.
- Prince Puckler Muskau's "Tour in England, Ireland, and France", early 19th cent.
- Brewer's "Beauties of Ireland", pre-1906, vol.1,p.267