Kiltullagh House is an imposing building and was probably built in the late 17th or early 18th century. One of the more striking features of the house is the two very large chimney stacks that make the house visible from a long way away. One of them has evidence of four fireplaces on the different levels, including one on the basement level.

There are several buildings of historical interest in this area, which include Raford House and Dunsandle House. Kiltullagh House was the family home of the renowned D'Arcy family and in February 2009 there was extensive scaffolding inside the house so it looks like some work on this amazing building may be imminent. It would be great to see Kiltullagh House restored and brought back to life.

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