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1855 – Ballyedmond Castle, Rostrevor, Co. Down

Architect: Charles Lanyon


Ballyedmond Castle was a Tudor-Baronial mansion, with pointed gables, mullioned windows; a battlemented tower and conical-roofed turret. At one stage, the house was being used as a hotel. The original mansion was largely destroyed by fire-bomb damage and planning permission was granted for a change of use and reconstruction.

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