Tuesday, 19 April 2016
This is the beautiful red brick Victorian mansion which sits in the middle of Belfast's Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park. Sadly no one seems prepared to use it these days and so it sits empty and quietly crumbling away.
The house was originally built by linen merchants, the Bristow family, hence the initials JB in this ornate emblem by the door.
The gardens are very pleasant and each year there is an international rose show.
A treasure in the city.
Linking with Tom's Tuesday's Treasure HERE
and Image-in-ing HERE
and Life Thru the Lens HERE