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1840s – Rosslea Manor, Rosslea, Co. Fermanagh

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A Georgian mansion of two storeys above a basement; enlarged and altered in the mid-19th century when a third storey was added as well as a substantial single-storey wing. This wing contained a dining-hall, which doubled up as a ball-room 90 feet long. The house was gutted by fire in 1885, with the remains of Rosslea Manor finally demolished in 1914.

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