Located on the Bury estate and home of a branch of the Fosbery family for much of the 18th and 19th centuries. Taylor and Skinner record the occupant as the Reverend Mr Westrop in the late 1770s. ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' records Thomas Westropp of Curraghbridge, father of the Reverend Thomas Westropp rector of Doonass. The residence of G. Fosbery in 1814 and in 1837. Described circa 1840 as in good repair and comprised of 4 storeys. Occupied by Samuel Dixon Power in the early 1850s who held the house and 197 acres from George Fosbery. It was later occupied by S.D. Power's son-in-law, Edmond Langley Hunt. A house is still extant at this site.