04 Oct Springhill House, County Londonderry
This is a 17th Century house in County Londonderry, Ireland.
It is an interesting place to visit on any tours of Ireland due to the character of the house.
It has a magnificent oak staircase.
The courtyard in front of the house is flanked by attractive and unusual barns.
They have curving gables and carved stone urns.
The back of the house leads out to the ancient Beech Avenue, shown on a map from 1722.
The great barn has slot windows for defensive purposes during unsettled times.
The panelled gun room has swords and muskets which are relics of the Battle of the Boyne, and the siege of Londonderry.
There is also a lot of interesting furniture and paintings to see.
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