In 1849 the representatives of Sir John Newport were leasing Newpark House to William Fitzgerald, when it was valued at £75. The estate sale notice of 1856 includes a lithograph of the house which is described as "large, commodious and in excellent order". In 1885 Walford mentions Newpark as the seat of Fitzmaurice G Bloomfield while in 1894 Slater refers to it as a residence of Herbert Godfrey Bloomfield. Wilson, writing in 1786, refers to New Park, as the seat of Simon Newport. This house is no longer extant.