At the time of Griffith's Valuation John F. MacDonagh held property valued at £12 at Carrowkeel, barony of Corran, from the Gore Booth estate. Lewis also records this as a MacDonagh property, describing it as a "fine modern residence". McTernan notes that Carrowkeel was probably built by Francis MacDonagh at the beginning of the nineteenth century. It remained in the family until its sale in the Landed Estates Court. It is still extant and occupied.