Held in fee by Reverend Edward H. Newenham at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at £100. He was leasing a smaller house, valued at £8, to John Donegan in the same townland. Noted by Leet as the residence of W.W. Newenham in 1814. Valued at £64 in 1906 when it was the residence of Major William W. Newenham. The Irish Tourist Association Survey also noted it as belonging to the Newenhams in 1943. It is still extant but in poor repair.