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In 1774 Smith referred to Nymph Hall as "the agreeable seat of Henry Mason". Local sources suggest it was originally built by a member of the Alcock family. By the time of Griffith's Valuation it was part of the Fortescue estate and leased to Augustus Power and John Walsh, when it was valued at almost £9. The house is no longer extant and there are modern buildings at the site.
S688008 Discovery map #76. OS Sheet #27.
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