Killymoon Castle 1929

Cookstown, Northern Ireland

Brief Description

The demesne of Killymoon Castle has a house of 1802 on a mid-18th-century site which was once extensively planted. There are a few trees, and views across the parkland. The site has steep terracing to the Ballinderry and Killymoon rivers, and there is a walled garden with glasshouse. Part of the site is now a golf course.

History

The present house replaced a mid-18th-century house, which was burnt in 1800.

Features
  • House (featured building)
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Terrace, Kitchen Garden, Glasshouse, Garden House
Access & Directions

Directions

One mile south-east of Cookstown, off a minor road overlooking the Ballinderry River.
Associated People

Just one person associated to Killymoon Castle

Contact

Telephone

028 9056 9615

Official Website

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References

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