A demesne established in the 17th century, bounded by the Waterfoot River and Lower Lough Erne. The house dates from the late 18th century with mature parkland, shelter trees, pleasure ground and a walled garden with an orchard.
The Waterfoot, near Pettigo, County Fermanagh, is a late Georgian house with two simple, two-storey ranges with eaved roofs at right angles to each other. It was built by Lieutenant-General Charles Barton and completed by his son, Hugh William Barton.
The house dated from the late 18th century with mature parkland, shelter trees, pleasure ground and a walled garden with an orchard.
- Visitor Access, Directions & Contacts
Three miles south-west of Pettigoe via the B136, then off a minor road. The site is on the northern shore of Lower Lough Erne.
- Features & Designations
Environment and Heritage Service of Northern Ireland Heritage Gardens Inventory
- Reference: F 11
- Kitchen Garden
- Key Information