Roscommon Town Team will host a ‘Friends of Edenville House’ Coffee Morning on Saturday, 9th of March at 11 am in Gleeson’s Restaurant & Rooms. This is a great opportunity to re-imagine Edenville House (Black’s House).
Edenville House has an incredible history. It was built in 1702 as a military cavalry barracks. Most of the building dates to a redevelopment in the 1750s. It was used as a Barracks until 1869 and there are some associated outbuildings on the site. It became a private house in 1907 – ‘Black’s House’. The building was purchased by Roscommon County Council in the 1990’s.
This impressive former Cavalry Barracks situated beside Roscommon Railway Station offers huge potential to Roscommon Town and environs.
Roscommon Town Team is interested to hear the community’s ideas for the future of Edenville House – could it be used for cultural, creative, artistic, heritage or tourism purposes?
All are welcome to attend the Friends of Edenville House Coffee Morning on Saturday, 9th of March at 11 am in Gleeson’s.