The home of the Kelly family from the mid 18th century. Wilson refers to "Cargans, the seat of the late Daniel Kelly" in 1786. It was occupied by John D'Arcy when the estate was sold in 1852. A Victorian three bay house was the home of Daniel Kelly. Sold to Captain Drought in the mid 19th century, held by him in fee and valued at £15. The present house is not the same as Kelly's Victorian one. Renovated in the early 21st century.