Glenade was built c.1833 as a residence for Cairncross Cullen and is still extant. At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was valued at £30. Since 2005 it has been offered for sale. Glenade House was the residence of Loftus Tottenham during the Famine. The family also owned Cornwall House in Bundoran. In 1906 Thomas Corscadden owned 100 acres of untenanted land and a mansion house valued at £14 in the townland of Gubinea .