Conversion of former beetling mill on the banks of the river bann into family home
This home is set on the Lower River Bann and was originally a shell of a former beetling mill. This historic building had minimal external alterations while having been converted to a substantial family home.
This building was formally used to produce linen. Linen manufacture was of major importance in 18th Century Ireland and beetling was the final stage in the production process.
Full conservation practice has been employed to restore this fine building. The mill head-race still runs beneath the building with a bridge running across it to provide access to the front door.