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Kilhenzie (also known as Kilhainy, Kilhinny, Kilhinzie, Kilheigne)


Not much remains of the designed landscape at Kilhenzie Castle which had gardens and orchards by the late-17th century and a modest park and woodland by the mid-18th. An ancient 'dool tree', traditionally used as a gallows, was still alive in the early-20th century.

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  • House (featured building)
  • Description: A 16th-century tower house restored in about 1850.
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Part: standing remains