Donagh House

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Photograph of Donagh House, taken by Ulster Architectural Heritage Society - Flickr

Donagh House is a listed building, located in the townland of Donagh. It is a two-storey, five-bay, double-pile country house with an attractive Gibbsian door surround. It occupies a very prominent, elevated position. It has been empty since the 1970s and is in very poor condition.


1830's Map

Donagh House can be seen in the townland of Donagh on the first edition (6inch) OSI maps of the area. Here is a zoomed capture of Donagh House marked on the map.