At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Richard Beatty was leasing a property valued at £6 from the Fury estate at Ballinphull, barony of Tireragh. McTernan notes that the Fury/Furey family owned this property up to the end of the nineteenth century but did not live there. The Ordnance Survey Field Name Books refer to Castle Lodge as "a handsome cottage in good repair". The house was burned during the Civil War but subsequently repaired. It is still extant but in disrepair.