This house was the home of the Robbins family in the 18th and 19th centuries. Occupied by George Robbins in 1814 and by R. Scully in 1837. Michael Cleary was resident at the time of Griffith's Valuation holding the property from Nathaniel E. Robbins, when the buildings were valued at £20. Included in the sale of the Earl of Portarlington's estates in June 1856. John Graham was living at Hymenstown in the 1870s. This house is still extant.