Closer to main street is Walworth House. This early eighteenth century house is at the end of the original settlement and built into the wall of its seventeenth century defensive ‘bawn’ (a fortified house with a stone wall enclosing a courtyard). This was built by the Fishmonger’s Company as part of their requirements in the Plantation of Ulster, Three flankers (short circular towers with conical roofs) survive at the remaining corners of the wall. The great age of the site is not very aparent in ths view from the nearby road, but the bueatiful charater of the site is. Behind the house is a very well cared for garden which has been opened to visitors at various times in the past.