Tudenham Park is on the western shores of Lough Ennell in Co. Westmeath and is now roofless and abandoned. The external walls are intact and in great condition and most of the internal walls are also still standing giving a good idea of the size of this great house.

It was built for George Rochfort around 1743 and designed by the famous architecht Richard Castle who also designed the nearby Belvedere House for George's brother Robert. The brothers had an argument so in 1760 Robert built a large wall (The Jealous Wall) between the two houses so that the enormous Tudenham Park could not be seen from Belvedere House. This is one of the finest examples of a house of this type still standing.

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