||The current Salterbridge House was mainly constructed in 1849 but incoroporated an eighteenth century house. Wilson, writing in 1786, refers to "Salta Bridge" as the seat of Richard Musgrave, "remarkable for its extensive orchards". At the time of Griffith's Valuation it was the residence of Richard Chearnley and valued at £68. In 1906 Salterbridge was owned by Henry P Chearnley and valued at over £70. The house remained in the family until the 1950s and subsequently became part of the Wingfield estate. It is still extant and open to the public at certain times.In 2020 it was offered for sale. An associated gate-lodge is available for self-catering accommodation through the Irish Landmark Trust. See www.irishlandmark.com.