Cookstown Old Technical College extending to approximately 8000 sq ft
occupying a prime ½ acre elevated site
This building was constructed in 1929 to designs by Roland Ingleby Smith, the original front block/ front boundary railings and gates are listed by Dept for Communities Historic Environment Division. However the rear block and lands may be suitable for development (subject to planning permission).
The building currently let as a Creche with tarmac car parking to front & rear and additional land used as a play area. The premises maybe suitable for a number of other uses such as a bar, restaurant, guesthouse or luxury apartments.
A tall square parapet-roofed building in neo-Georgian style, consisting of two storeys on a raised basement storey, of rustic brick with artificial stone cornice, keystones, and other dressings, with an ancillary two-storey hipped block in plain red brick to its rear. This is an inter-war building in a neo-Georgian style of some distinction, nicely proportioned, refined in detail, and dignified in appearance, with some elegant details, including the gateway and railings to the front boundary, the double flight of exterior steps with miniature cast iron urn finials surmounting the balustrading, and the pedimented main entrance. The wing to the rear was designed by the Government architects' office under the direction of its chief architect Roland Ingleby Smith FRIBA.
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