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The late medieval church, constructed of roughly coursed limestone rubble, was formerly accompanied by a S transept or priest’s residence. All that survives of the church is the featureless nave portion of the N wall (L 18.5m). The transept or priest’s residence (int. dims. 6m N-S; 4.8m E-W) was originally attached to the S side of the chancel. It is two storeys high and has windows in the S and E walls at both levels. Those in the E wall are blocked up. That at first-floor level in the S wall has a flat head accompanied by a hood-moulding. The building is otherwise featureless. ( ‘Archaeological Inventory of County Cavan’ (Dublin: Stationery Office, 1995))