Detached Church of Ireland church, built c. 1826 and altered c. 1915, comprising two-bay nave elevations (northeast and southwest), three-stage tower (on square-plan) to the northwest having battlemented parapet with cut stone corner pinnacles on octagonal-plan having carved finials over, shallow projecting chancel to the southeast, and a single-bay gable-fronted entrance porch to the centre of the southwest elevation of nave.

Two stained glass windows, each depicting an angel in a medallion, were added to the nave elevations in 1915, to designs by Ethel Rhind (1878 – 1952).

Sweeney Architects are currently involved in restoration and conservations works as well as preparing applications for grant aid.

To date conservation of roof areas and rainwater goods has been completed.  Grant Applications have been made for re-pointing and restoration of the stained glass windows.

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“Sweeney Architects achieved all our goals with the Clooneybeirne Housing development. They were creative yet cost conscious with design solutions, responsive, diligent when addressing action items, and, above all committed to Roscommon County Council.”

Martin Lydon, Director of Services, Roscommon County Council.