Drumgoon Manor 1143

Maguiresbridge, Northern Ireland

Brief Description

Drumgoon Manor is an 18th-century house set above the Colebrooke River in parkland with mature trees, including exotics. Features include a tree ring, a sunken garden planted in the 1980s and other recent decorative planting around the house.

History

This is an 18th-century house and park. The decorative garden dates from the 1980s.

Features
Tree Ring
Access & Directions

Directions

One mile south-west of Maguiresbridge via a minor road to Killyrover.
History

Period

  • 18th Century
Contact
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