Occupied in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries by relatives of the O'Haras of Annaghmore. Leased in the 1830s to John Fenton Motherwell and afterwards his widow Elizabeth who held it at the time of Griffith's Valuation. It was then valued at £7 10s and leased to George Martin. It returned to members of the O'Hara family in the early twentieth century after which the land was acquried by the Land Commission. Still extant and occupied, McTernan notes that it is one of the oldest occupied houses in county Sligo and was, in the distant past, known as Trimgrove.