Stuart Hall is a good example.
Lord and Lady Castle Stewart still live at the estate.
It was originally a three-storey Georgian block with a pillared porch, joined to an old tower-house by a 19th century Gothic wing.
The top two storeys of the main block were later removed, giving it the appearance of a Georgian bungalow.
The mansion house was burnt by the IRA in July, 1972, and subsequently demolished.
A bungalow was built on the site in 1987.
Stuart Hall was actually larger than it appeared from the entrance front, due to high basement or storey to the rear.
It is thought that the gamekeeper's wife was the housekeeper.
I'm afraid I don't know the names of the gamekeeper and his wife.