Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural, Social

Original Use


In Use As



1870 - 1910


248594, 445204

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Detached three-bay two-storey former Presbyterian manse, built c. 1890, with two-bay two-storey return and single-storey lean-to extension to rear. Hipped slate roofs with projecting eaves, two central smooth rendered chimneystacks, additional smooth rendered chimneystack to rear, and replacement rainwater goods. smooth rendered ruled-and-lined walls with rendered block-and-start quoins. Square-headed window openings with uPVC windows and painted stone sills. Segmental-arch-headed door opening with timber panelled door flanked by fluted timber frame with sidelights over timber panel stall-risers, with cast-iron fanlight over, and stone threshold step. Set within own grounds with grass lawn to front. Two-storey rubble outbuilding with gabled projection to rear, with pitched slate roof, and red brick surrounds to openings. Modern gates and gate-piers. Located to the east of Carndonagh, with Presbyterian church to south-west.


Despite the loss of original fenestration, this remains a fine property, of good scale and proportions, typical of its type and retaining a great deal of architectural integrity and form. The retention of its doorcase adds to its significance. Forms part of a group of structures with the Presbyterian church (40901102) nearby.