This is also the site of a 13th-century church, now in ruins, has an adjoining castellated presbytery or stone house. There are traces of the original consecration crosses to be seen, the ogee headed doorways, remains of the altar, sedilia and book rest.
Kilfane House was the seat of the Power family who were responsible for the creation Kilfane Glen and Waterfall which is now a tourist attraction containing a romantic era (Romanticism) garden and waterfall 
- In the Shadow of the Steeple - No.2 (published 1990) Pg 51
- In the Shadow of the Steeple - No.1 (out of print) Pg 13
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