Forenaughts House, situated in the district of Naas, is an early to mid-eighteenth century house. It was home to the Wolfe family, among whose members was Theobald Wolfe, godfather to Theobald Wolfe Tone.
Beautifully decorated inside, the early nineteenth century drawing room is believed to have been added to the house by Rev. Richard Wolfe for his wife Lady Charlotte Hely-Hutchinson, a sister of the second Earl of Donoughmore. Today, Forenaughts House is a studfarm.