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The original house was bought from the O'Briens by Charles MacDonnell in 1764 who greatly extended the property building on a new front, probably designed by Francis Bindon. Occupied by Robert and Florence Vere O'Brien in the 1890s though Slater notes it as a seat of Charles R.A. MacDonnell in 1894. A home of the Joyce family of county Galway in the 20th century. It is still extant and in 2013, was offered for sale.
R318 735 Discovery map #57. OS Sheet #41.
A home of the MacDonnell family possibly incorporating their original home before they bought New Hall in the mid 18th century. The present house was probably built post Griffith's Valuation as £1 is the highest house valuation in LIsheencrony at that time. In 1906 Charles R. A. McDonnell is recorded as owning a mansion house valued at £24+ at Lisheencrony. The house has had a number of owners in the 20th century and was restored in the 1970s.
Q877529 Discovery map #63. OS Sheet #65, 66.
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