Fermanagh Gold Introduction

Associated Families: JOHNSTON

An early to mid-C19 Tudor-Gothic house of ashlar. 2 storey; blind gables, slender polygonal turrets with finials; small square battlemented tower at one corner.

Solid parapet; rectangular windows with mullions and astregals under hood-mouldings; single-storey partly canted projection with pinnacles, quatrefoil decoration on the parapet and tall Gothic windows; these windows having simple tracery and Georgian Gothic astragals. Single-storey battlemented wing ending in low round turret at other end of house. 







Source: Burke's Guide to Country Houses: Volume I Ireland pp. 198