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Buildings at Risk(v1.0)
Favor Royal 
Favour Royal Road
Augher
Dungannon
Co Tyrone
BT77 OEW


HB Ref No:
HB13/03/004

Address
Favor Royal Favour Royal Road Augher Dungannon Co Tyrone BT77 OEW

Townland:
Favour Royal

Status:
Currently at Risk

Listing Grade:
B+



BARNI Number:
BARNI 13/03/001

Conservation Area:
No

Condition:
Very Poor

Industrial Archeology:
No

Occupancy:
Vacant

Vernacular:
No

Degree of Risk:
Critical

Thatched:
No

Availability:
Unavailable

Monument:
No

Current Building Use:
Country House

Derelict:
No



Description

Favour Royal is a substantial Tudor revival style country house, designed in 1824 by John Hargrave (who designed Omagh Gaol in 1823 – HB11/09/004), and built for John Corry Moutray. It has been uninhabited for quite a number of years and first appeared as a building at risk in Buildings at Risk, Vol. 3, p. 91, after the household effects had been sold at auction. It was hoped that under new ownership a scheme of repair and extensive restoration of the house, large complex of outbuildings and the nearby one-and-a-half storey garden cottage, would have begun. Permission has been granted for a hotel and golf course development although unfortunately the building has been damaged in a suspected arson attack in April 2011.