Anthony Raymond was leasing Kilmurray House to Catherine McIntosh at the time of Griffith's Valuaton, when it was valued at £18 5s. The Ordnance Survey Name Books describe it as " a handsome house, 3 storeys high" in the 1830s. Bary writes Kilmurray was said to have been built by Archibald McIntosh (Cantoss) around 1839 although it appears earlier than that. By 1870, George Raymond, QC, who resided in Dublin, used Kilmurray as a summer home where his relatives, the McIntosh family resided. It is still extant and in 2008, was offered for sale.