This largely 19th-century corn mill was built largely in 1828, but a mill existed here in some form as far back as the mid-17th century. The mill burned down circa 1837, but was rebuilt. The building, which had been allowed to deteriorate, was renovated from 1998 onward.

On the wall of the bridge in front of the mill is a plaque commemorating local man T. P. Keenan (who went by the stage name Tommy Conway), the composer of the famous melodies, ‘The Old Rustic Bridge by the Mill’, ‘Patsy Fagan’, ‘The Boys of County Armagh’ and ‘When You and I Were Young, Maggie’. His remains lie in the graveyard overlooking the mill.