Freestanding Church of Ireland church, dated 1827 and altered in 1876, comprising a three-bay nave with three-stage tower (on square-plan) to the north-west gable end having crenellated parapet and co...

Complex of multiple-bay two-storey outbuildings (on L-shaped plan) associated with Malin Hall (see 40801015), built c. 1760 and extended c. 1840. Now partially out of use. Formerly part of a courtyard...

Corner-sited attached two-bay two-storey house with shop to ground floor, built c. 1820 and altered c. 1900, now disused. Pitched natural slate roof with grey clayware ridge tiles, exposed rafter ends...

Ten-arch bridge carrying road over the Ballyboe River, erected, c. 1760. Possibly containing earlier fabric. Round-headed arches with squared rubble stone voussoirs and random rubble stone constructio...

Attached two-bay two-storey house, built c. 1820. Now out of use. Pitched natural slate roof with grey clayware ridge tiles, and with cast-iron rainwater goods including decorative hopper. Roughcast r...

Freestanding memorial monument, erected c. 1860, comprising pedestal (on square-plan) having carved cut stone pilasters, inset marble plaques to each face, pronounced moulded stone cornice over with m...

Attached end-of-terrace three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1830. Pitched natural slate roof with raised verge and rendered chimneystack to the south-west gable end, and with cast-iron rainwater good...

Freestanding cast-iron water pump, erected c. 1900, having cylindrical banded shaft, fluted head and finial, foliate detail and rams head bucket grip to spout, and with curved ‘cow-tail’ handle. F...

Detached two-bay Church of Ireland church, built c. 1769 and enlarged and reroofed in 1812, having single-bay single-storey over basement gable-fronted vestry to the east end of the north elevation (a...

Detached three-bay two-storey house, built c. 1910, having full-height gable-fronted canted bays to either end of the front elevation (east), two-storey flat-roofed canted bay window to the south elev...

Freestanding five-bay double-height Catholic church, built c. 1814, having extension to north to form T- plan, built c. 1833, three-stage tower (on square-plan) to the west, built 1843, having crenell...

Detached four-bay single-storey vernacular house, built c. 1820 and altered c. 1900, having projecting flat-roofed windbreak porch to the north end of the front elevation (west), and with later three-...

Detached four-bay single-storey Church of Ireland parish hall, built c. 1890, having gable-fronted canopy porch to the north end of the front elevation (west), and single-bay lean-to return to rear (e...

Walled garden complex associated with The Culdaff House (see 40802011), erected c. 1800, enclosed by rubble stone boundary walls. Trapezoidal in plan, with main entrance in the south-east corner, open...

Detached three-bay single-storey former gate lodge associated with Culdaff House (see 40802011), dated 1826, having central projecting pedimented entrance porch to the main elevation (north-east) and ...

Freestanding two-bay Church of Ireland church, built c. 1772 and altered c. 1830, having two-storey tower (on square-plan) to the entrance gable (west) having crenellated parapet over (Irish-style cre...

Triple-arch slightly humpbacked bridge carrying road over the Clonmany, built c. 1800, having V-profile rendered rubble stone cutwaters to central piers. Round-headed arches having roughly dressed sto...

Cast-iron milepost (on circular-plan), dated 1880, having moulded stringcourse to shaft and domed cap over with projecting lip to base. Raised\embossed inscription to shaft reading ‘L.DERRY 19 MILES...

Complex of multi-period single- and two-storey outbuildings associated with Culdaff House (see 40802011), built c. 1779 and extended c. 1820 and c. 1860. Detached coach house, built c. 1780, comprisin...

Gateway originally serving Culdaff House (see 40802011), erected c. 1826, comprising a pair of tooled ashlar limestone gate piers (on square-plan) having pyramidal coping over. Originally served a sec...