- NIAH Ref: 15302044
- Date: 1800 - 1830
- Rating: Regional
- Orig. Use: Market House
- Townland: The Square
- County: Westmeath
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Criteria for Risk
- Vacant with no identified new use
- Suffering from neglect and/or poor maintenance
- Condition of Structure: Poor
- Level of Risk: Moderate
The building has been vacant for a number of years and does not appear to be maintained. Most of the external fabric remains, but there are obvious signs of deterioration such as slipped slates, vegetation growth, broken windows, vandalism, or blocked rainwater goods. There are concerns that the building could suffer further decay leading to more serious problems.
The Market House in Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath is not a protected structure but is of high architectural value being a late Georgian Market House with 20th century alterations. Forms focal point of village green. The building is currently vacant. An Taisce Westmeath Association has put forward proposal for restoration of building to original character for an appropriate use which would restore its function as a central focus of the village.
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