NAME Brewery House/Winton House/Brookvale
AREA LOCATION St Brigid's Church Road, Old Dublin Road
MAP LOCATION OSI maps of 1838-1845 and 1898-1913 place it in the townland of Stillorgan
South and it is annotated as Brewery House and Brookvale House respectively.
GENERAL An elegant three story non-basement house with bay timber frame windows.
It's actually two houses joined together, possibly the coach house or offices were integrated. It
has a side entrance from Station Road (now part of St Brigid's Church Road). In 1856 the name
was changed to Winton but by 1870 it was known as Brookvale again. It was for sale in 1865. In
1950 a CPO was issued on a portion of the front garden and by Dublin County Council to allow for
the widening of the Bray Road (14 perches and 7 yards). It was for sale in 1851 described as an
attractive residence with old world charm.
YEAR BUILT circa 1780
VALUATION In 1895 the valuation was 25 pounds and in the 1901 census it is noted as
having 18 rooms occupied by family.
SOURCES Thom’s directories, Valuation Office records, contemporaneous newspapers,
Registry of Deeds, OSI Maps and NAI Census & Wills.
1852 Miss Madder
1854 - 1856 Andrew Cartan (Leased Darley's Brewery)
1861 - 1865 Mrs Law
1866 Andrew Edmund Johnston
1870 - 1873 A H Jacob MD FRCSI
1874 - 1875 Mrs Symes
1879 - 1883 Lamb family
1884 - 1885 Vacant
1886 - 1887 Major William George Fitzgerald
1888 - 1889 Vacant
1890 - 1897 Mrs Susan Jolley
1899 - 1901 Mrs Sara Anne Harkness
1902 - 1904 Elizabeth Howley Foley
1908 - 1910 William Alexander Raleigh Cruise
1920 - 1951 Misses Florence Eliza & Lily Humphreys
1960 - 1965 William H Giffard Ryan
1968 Rev Patrick Burnes & Brendan Conway, Order of St Camillus
1968 For Sale
1968 - 1977 Kelly Family
1901 Susan Moore - Cook
Elizabeth Long - Housemaid
1911 Christina Kenny
STATUS Extant and in private ownership.
CONTRIBUTOR © June Bow & Karen Poff
DATE January 2018