Categories of Special Interest
1860 - 1890
Detached multiple-bay two-storey former water mill, c.1875, now ruinous. Coursed limestone walls with brick-dressed openings. Openings to ground floor now blocked, including a segmental-arched doorway. Square red brick chimney. Associated ruins to southwest including single-arch limestone rubble bridge.
Although ruinous, the walls stand proud of the tree line, have an attractive quality and impose an historic character onto the surrounding parkland. The remains of the mill are a good example of functional industrial architecture and are an important reminder of the industrial heritage of the Clondalkin area.