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1860 – Aughentaine Castle, Fivemiletown, Co. Tyrone

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Aughentaine Castle consisted of a two-storey main block and a lower two-storey wing, with two tall Italianate campaniles of equal height, one at each end. There was an open porch; two-light and three-light windows some round-headed and others rectangular. Demolished around 1955 by the owner Colonel Hamilton-Stubber, who built a modern classical house o the design of the Claud Phillimore.

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