Location: Creenagh, County Antrim, Ireland
This house was the Carroll homestead built in stone in the first decades of the 18th century, probably by Edward Carroll Carroll-4853. The Carrolls lived in Creenagh for at least three generations. They were farmers and linen drapers.
The house was located on the old turnpike road between Moira and Lisburn now called Halfpenny Gate Road. Its location is supposed to be opposite the old quarry which can be seen as a triangular piece of land on old and modern maps. In Edwards Carroll's will made in 1769 he refers tothe rock land appesit to my house'.'