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Described in the sale advertisement of 1866 as a commodious dwelling in the cottage style on the seashore, containing 'good parlour, four bedrooms, with coach house, stabling, piggery and other useful offices, the entire forming a square and enclosing a spacious yard'. The occupant was James Louden and the house had formerly been the residence of Captain Butcher of the Mayo Rifles. In 1874 the interest of Bridget Hastings in Trafalgar Lodge was advertised for sale in the Landed Estates' Court.
|Streamstown||Oughaval||Westport||Westport Rural 154||Murrisk||Mayo||
L967 832 Discovery map #31. OS Sheet #87.
Home of Robert Dillon Browne and later of the O' Higgins family, the house is now demolished. At the time of Griffith's Valuation, it was held in fee by George O'Higgins, MP, and valued at £12.
M216 529 Discovery map #38. OS Sheet #123.
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