Ballymagarvey has a rich and colourful history dating back to the 13th century when Princess Gwenllian ap lorwerth (daughter of King Llywelyn of Wales) married William de Lacy of Trim Castle. In later years, Ballymagarvey was owned by other notable families in the region, De Verdun, Sir Christopher Bellew, Elizabeth Wood and Francis Fleetwood. Many other couples started their married lives here such as Thomas and Melinda Osbourne, Robert and Henrietta Clouston, Sir Thomas Ainsworth and Lady Edina Hope-Conyngham (daughter of the Marquis of Conyngham of Slane Castle).
The Ballymagarvey survey comprised of a total site layout of the entire village and part of the hinterland of the village for future and further expansion.
The 3,763m2 of buildings are a large range of structures on this 1.94 hectare site.
The build survey consisted of: