Gill Hall, Dromore, Northern Ireland
Record Id: 1415
This site is NOT open to public.
Brief description of site
This is an extensive demesne with walls, the late-17th-/early-18th-century house having now gone. The River Lagan flows through the parkland. There is a a bridge to a lime and oak avenue, a tree-lined depression (possibly a sunken avenue) and a racecourse.
Brief history of site
The house was built in the 1670s, re-modelled in the 1730s, and burnt in the 1960s.
Address: Dromore, County Down, BT25 1LJ
Historical County: Down
|OSNI Discoverer map sheet number:||20||Grid Ref:||J166536|
Two miles west of Dromore on the B2.
Form of site: demesne
Context or principal building: house
Site first created: After 1670
Main period of development: Late 17th century
Survival: Part: standing remains