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40 Ballycraigy Road Newtownabbey Co. Antrim BT36 8SX
Tel: (028) 9083 2363
Sentry Hill is a 19th century Victorian farmhouse in the Parish of Carnmoney, County Antrim. The house and its contents provide a rare insight into life in rural Ulster during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Sentry Hill was the home of the McKinney family, who came to Ireland from Scotland in the early 1700s. Remarkably the contents of the house have survived almost intact. Family furniture, books, paintings, personal diaries, letters, photographs and souvenirs from trips abroad all help to tell the story of the McKinney's, recording life at Sentry Hill and its surrounding areas.
Over the years many guests have been warmly received at Sentry Hill by the McKinney family. The last of the family may now be gone but their welcome remains and the door is now open for you. You can dander down the path through the sheltering trees and step inside the snug old farmhouse. As you cross this threshold you will stand where the past shakes hands with the present.
I visited Sentry Hill when Dr Dundee stayed there and viewed the famous stud book in which my grandmother Janet McCaw was listed. The virtual tour brought back so many memories........wonderful.
I was on looking for things to do as I'm going to Belfast for the wknd and came across this. It looks lovely. I will be going to see it. The virtual tour is great thanks.
Once again a magnificent virtual tour to travel about in and imagine so very much. Thank you always for your beautiful sharing of so many lovely landmarks! You do inspire!
I needed to use this information for a homework just like rachel we r in the same class I came to Sentry Hill with school too. Thnkzz for letting me use this site soo much grateful :)
I was on this website because I needed something to work off for my homework, and this site has gave me the information I wanted about Sentry Hill. I went with my school to Sentry Hill, and it is an amazing house. Thank you for letting me use this site today. xo
My wifes maiden name was McKinney and she came from New Zealand. Her forebears were Irish and have some connection with the original family. Since we have lived together in Australia wer have found many instances where the Mckinney name is prominent. It was very interesting to undertake the virtual tour of the house which looks magnificent.
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