Below can be found some examples of Irish styles of architecture. The traditional thatched cottage is a very rare bird – especially with thatch.
As towns developed in the 18th. century many examples of classical-style Georgian residences were erected, in the following century often becoming retail properties as owners moved out to the suburbs in the 19th century.
Likewise town-based properties of well-off Victorian owners became banks and othr businesses in the 20th. century. Examples shown are from “small-town” (Castlederg) and “County-town” (Omagh).