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Brief description of site

A 17th-century demesne for two successive houses on different sites, followed by the pre-1834 Northland House with its orangery and conservatory, now gone. Features include mature parkland and woodland trees, an artificial lake with a dam and a walled garden. The demesne is now largely Dungannon Park

Brief history of site

A 17th-century demesne. The Later houses on various sites are all now demolished. The site is now largely a public park.

Location information:

Address: Moy Road

Locality: Dungannon, County Tyrone

Local Authorities:


Historical County: Tyrone

OSNI Discoverer map sheet number: 19 Grid Ref: H802623
Latitude: 54.5028 Longitude: -6.76278


South-east of Dungannon town centre.

Visitor facilities

Opening contact details:

Visitor information:

Public amenity, open daily.

Key information:

Form of site: landscape park

Purpose of site: public park

Context or principal building: house

Site first created: 1600 to 1699

Main period of development: 17th century

Survival: Extant

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