392 Seacoast Road Magilligan, a three roomed traditional house with unrendered basalt rubble stonework. Like other vernacular houses in the area it is located with its gable facing the prevailing westerly wind. Magilligan was once famous for its thatched houses and there is still a reasonable number surviving. This building was formerly thatched in Marram Grass taken from the nearby sandhills and secured with ropes. This was changed to wheat straw secured by hidden scallops in 1994.