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At the time of Griffith's Valuation a house at Loughananna was occupied by James McGrath, valued at £10+ and situated on the Kingston estate. By 1906 the mansion house at Loughananna was valued at £50+ and Abel Buckley is recorded as the occupier.
R875 176 Discovery map #74. OS Sheet #58.
Built in the late 18th century as a hunting lodge, it was described in the Kingston sale rental of July 1851 as a "handsome cut stone building, erected in a tasteful style of architecture, with suitable offices .... beautifully situated in the curve of a well planted glen..". Located close to the eastern bank of the Attychraan River at the base of the southern slope of the Galty Mountains, this house was occupied by James Law in the mid 19th century, valued at £29+ and held by him in fee. Noted by Slater in 1894 as the home of Nathaniel Buckley and of Abel Buckley in 1906 when the buildings were valued at £130. The house is no longer extant. Also known as Mountain Lodge.
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R881 189 Discovery map #74. OS Sheet #80.
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