A house occupied at the beginning of the 19th century by Joseph Woodley, who married Anne Baldwin in 1799 but died a few years later. By 1814 Samuel Galway was residing at Nadrid. In 1837 Henry O'Callaghan was the occupier and he was still resident at the time of Griffith's Valuation. He held the house valued at £42 from the representatives of Abraham Cross. The Irish Tourist Association survey of the 1940s refers to Nadrid as the residence of Captain Matthews. A house still remains at the site.