Temple House -
The Temple House estate extended into the Civil parishes of Cloonoghill and Emlaghfad as well as in the parish of Kilvarnet where the house is located. In 1786 Wilson refer to Temple-house as the seat of Mr. Perceval. The present house was built c.1820 but was subsequently modified. In 1894 the house was noted by Slater as the seat of Mrs. Perceval. Remains of earlier Perceval houses are to be seen in the demesne.
Grove House -
This house appears to straddle the boundary of the parishes of Ballingarry and Rathkeale and the border of the baronies of Connello Upper and Lower. Occupied by Colonel William O'Dell Member of Parliament in 1814 and by Major O'Dell in 1837. By the time of Griffith's Valuation Major O'Dell's estate at Rylanes was in Chancery and Grove House was in use as an Auxiliary Workhouse. It was valued at £35 and held by the Croom Guardians from Robert Maxwell. This house is no longer extant but substanial yard buildings remain.
Hajba writes that this house was built by Daniel McCartie, a Commissioner of Tithes for the parishes of Cullen and Drishane. The house valued at £12.10 shillings was occupied by his wife Anne McCartie at the time of Griffith's Valuation. The property was held from the Earl of Egmont. Daniel's only child Mary married John Maurice O'Connell, a grandson of Daniel O'Connell. The O'Connell lived at Ardnageeha until 1890 when they moved to Derragh House. The house is still extant though possibly not occupied.
Ballyglass House (Clanwilliam) -
Lewis records Mrs Slattery as resident at Ballyglass in 1837. In 1840 The Ordnance Survey Name Books refer to it as a house "in good repair, the residence of John Burke". It is recorded under both Clonpet and Cordangan parishes. By the mid 19th century it was the home of Thomas Mulcahy. The house was valued at £18.10 shillings and was held from Robert Maxwell. Buildings still exist at this location.
In 1786, Wilson refers to Farmhill as the seat of Mr. Vesey. Dean Arbuthnot, who lived in the house in 1814, was rector of the parishes of Crossboyne and Kilcolman and a brother of Sir Robert Arbuthnot. The Gonne Bells were recorded as resident in Lewis and the Ordnance Survey Name Books. The house appears to have been known as Farmhill during the Vesey/Arbuthnot/Gonne Bell ownership and thereafter as Carradoyne House. It was occupied by Thomas Elwood in 1845 and by Lady Lynch Blosse at the time of Griffith’s Valuation. By the 1860s it was the home of the Sheffields. It was occupied by Katherine Tynan and her husband, Henry Albert Hinckson, during World War I. Carradoyne House is still extant and occupied.