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O'Harabrook 2480

Introduction

A demesne on the Ballymoney River, the present house dating from about 1750 with a later conservatory. There is a wooded approach with rides and paths and mature parkland trees. Other features include a tree ring, an ornamental and productive garden with a potting shed, the 'Lambs Fold' Quaker burial ground, the 'Old School House'(possibly a folly) and a horse pond.

Contact
Features
Conservatory, Kitchen Garden, Tree Ring, Potting Shed
Visitor Access & Directions

Directions

Two miles south-west of Ballymoney off a minor road. On the southern bank of the Ballymoney River.
Designations
  • Environment and Heritage Service of Northern Ireland Heritage Gardens Inventory
  • Reference: An 056
References