1872 – Dunlambert House, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: James Hamilton

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A large Victorian villa near Fortwilliam, Belfast, built circa 1872 for the linen manufacturer Henry Matier. Used as an hotel for some years. The house and lodge were demolished in the mid 1950s to make way for a Secondary School – although there are remains of the grand entrances built by George Langry, who owned the estate in the early 1800s.