Bellevue House was originally known as Mount Glissan and it was the home of William Glissan, who sold the property to Thomas Denehy of Clashmore, Co. Waterford. Bellevue became the home of Thomas Denehy in the first half of the 19th century and was inhabited by Daniel O'Neill in the early 1850s. It was also later the home of the Dunleas but it is now a ruin.

Parts of the roof have collapsed and some of the floors are missing but for the moment at least Bellevue House is still in reasonable condition with books, newspapers, furniture and wallpaper still in some rooms, although the wallpaper is only just about hanging on. This house has glimpses of its former grandeur - will it all be lost forever?

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