Necarne

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Necarne Castle
Necarne Castle (Castle Irvine) , Irvinestown - geograph.org.uk - 357778.jpg
Alternative names Irvine Castle
General information
Architectural style Victorian
Town or city Irvinestown, County Fermanagh
Country Northern Ireland
Coordinates 54°27′50″N 7°38′06″W / 54.464°N 7.635°W / 54.464; -7.635Coordinates: 54°27′50″N 7°38′06″W / 54.464°N 7.635°W / 54.464; -7.635
Construction started 1831
Design and construction
Architect John B. Keane

Necarne Castle, also known as Castle Irvine, is a Victorian castle near Irvinestown in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. The two-storey façade was designed by John B. Keane; work began in 1831.[1]:293

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  1. ^ Robert Graham, Henry J. Heaney (editor) (1999). A Scottish Whig in Ireland, 1835–1838: The Irish Journals of Robert Graham of Redgorton. Dublin: Four Courts Press. ISBN 9781851824540.