Built ca. 1691 by Rector
Golden in the townland of Liffock,
Dunboe Parish, Co. Londonderry, the house was acquired by
Isaac Hezlett in the 18th century and remained in the family for
many generations. Hezlett House is now preserved as a historic
property by the National Trust, and is open to the public. It is
currently furnished in a late Victorian style. There is a small
museum of farm implements on display as well.
According to Curl (1986), Hezlett House is one of the oldest
on the Clothworkers' estate and in the Parish of Dunboe, Co.
Londonderry. Curl says further that:
[Hezlett House] dates from the end of the 17th century,
"Hezlett House is similar
to others at Articlave, Aghanloo and
"The house was subdivided
into three chambers by substantial
| Curl, James
Stevens (1986) The Londonderry Plantation, 1609-1914.
Shopwyke Hall, Chichester, Sussex: Phillimore & Co. Ltd.
McCourt, Desmond and Evans, David (1972). "A Seventeenth
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