This three-stage windmill was built in c.1750. Although now roofless, the mill is in relatively good condition.
It is an important relic of the tradition of using wind to generate energy for the grinding of corn into flour and would thus have had significant social value to the area.
Barbara will show you around if you are ever visiting
Feel free to call into Barbara if you’re ever visiting the area she will give you a guided tour
Probably the most excellent example of a 1750’s Irish windmill
This amazing piece of historical architecture shows the intricate designs and brilliance of a 1750’s windmill. The locals are always willing to show tourists the inside of the mill which must be seen