Arthur Aylmer was leasing this property from Lady Carbery at the time of Griffith's Valuation, when it was valued at £17 5s. Aylmer was a younger son of the Aylmer, Donadea, county Kildare, family. His mother was Jane Evans-Freke,
a daugher of the 1st Lord Carbery. He was later to succeed to the title of Baron Aylmer. By the 1890s the building at the site has been divided into a school and the Constabulary barracks. A smaller building exists at the site now.