Sirmount was the residence of Emmanuel Moor in 1750. In 1786 Wilson refers to it as the seat of Mr. Hawkes. This house was occupied by G. Hawkes in 1837 and by Quaile Hawkes in the early 1850s. The property was held from Lady Carbery. The buildings were valued at £8.15 shillings. It is no longer extant.