On the right hand side of the Mall, you will see the Southwell School and Almshouses, built in 1733 by Edward Southwell.
This is one of the best examples of Early Georgian architecture in Ulster and originally stood at road level.
It provided a place of residence for six poor elderly men and six women in the central building, as well as schools for ten poor boys and ten poor girls.
The Southwell arms can be seen on the central gates. The Southwell buildings are not accessible to the public.