Duckett’s Grove

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Duckett’s Grove is a ruined 19th-century great house and former estate in County Carlow. It was built around 1830 by William Duckett in an estate covering more than 5,000 acres (20 km2). The house was destroyed by a fire in the 1930s and is now managed by Carlow County Council and open as a public park.

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Duckett's Grove is a ruined 19th-century great house and former estate in County Carlow. It was built around 1830 by William Duckett in an estate covering more than 5,000 acres (20 km2). The house was destroyed by a fire in the 1930s and is now managed by Carlow County Council and open as a public park.

Ireland is separated from Great Britain to its east by the Irish Sea, and to the West by the Atlantic. From the Giants Causeway in the North, along the Wild Atlantic Way in the West and South to the sunny South East, you will find a beautiful, rugged landscape just waiting to be photographed.

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Size

Small 12 x 8in (30.48 x 20.32cm), Medium 18 x 12in (45.72 x 30.48cm), Large 24 x 16in (60.96 x 40.64cm), Extra Large 36 x 24in (91.44 x 60.96cm)

Print Type

Art Print, Framed Art Print, Diabond Tray

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