Roxborough Castle, Moy
Originally built in the 18th century but remodelled by the second Earl of Charlemont in 1842 using the architect William Murray, Roxborough Castle was the Seat of the Earls of Charlemont. The house was modelled on the French chateau style.
Due to a fire all that remains of this once grand house are the cast-iron gates and screen which provided the grand entrance to the castle. The richly modelled metalwork is thought by some to have been the work of the company of the celebrated Dublin iron-founder Richard Turner, best known for his conservatories in Dublin, Belfast and Kew Gardens.
Directions: The gates are located on the right as you cross over the bridge from Charlemont to Moy.