Seafield House is no longer extant though evidence of walled gardens and out buildings are still visible. It was the residence of Robert Blake in 1814. In 1824 it was the residence of Henry Blake who offered it for letting in the ''Connaught Journal'' in May of that year. The Ordnance Survey Field Name Books noted Seafield as the residence of Mr. Blake's steward. At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was leased by the Blake estate to Matthew Fynn and was valued at £6.