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Ulster Architectural Heritage – Drummaul House

Ulster Architectural Heritage @ulsterahs – Facebook Post – 26th March 2023

📍🏛😍#SeenForSale Drummaul House, 41 New Street, Randalstown #LoveListing #LiveInAListedBuilding
A B2 listed two-storey, three-bay former Rectory with hipped slate roof. The rectory dates to 1853 and was built for Drummaul Parish Church. It is noted in the UAH publication Antrim and Ballymena as a “square stone block of coursed rubble; projecting porch with a good fanlight.”
The building ceased as a rectory in the late 19th Century and was later known as Laurel Lodge. It was occupied by Robert St George Johnston in the 1920s and was sold in 1929 and again in 1955. It was last used as a care home.
Read more about the property listing via the Department for Communities: Historic Environment Division Love Heritage NI  here:




By gemmahoran
26th March 2023