c. 1820 Mill – Mansfield, NJ – $899,900

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Added to OHD on 12/12/18   -   Last OHD Update: 1/27/19   -   9 Comments
1826 1818-1830 Rt 57-3 Houses, Mansfield, NJ 07840

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Price

$899,900

Acres

1.5

Historic Beattystown Mill Estate encompassing over 900' of river frontage,2 additional homes, & a carriage house.The stone mill features a loft sytle living space with massive exposed hand hewn beams, stone walls, an entire wall of glass,wide plank flooring 2 stone fireplaces,4 bedrooms and a pub for entertaining. The millrace, which originally powered the gristmill's grinding stone, still flows under what is now the living room, dramatically visible through an arched stone window with a seating area. Sparing no details or amenities. The property also includes the Miller's House and General Store which are both 2 bedroom rentals which provide approximately $25K of income.
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9 Comments on c. 1820 Mill – Mansfield, NJ – $899,900

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  1. AvatarAnn says: 101 comments

    How Interesting!!!! Love the warmth as large as it is.

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  2. AvatarGretchen says: 37 comments

    Zowee!!! Not necessarily for the “historical” elements, which are evident and well respected– but IMO what a great great great renovation of a former mill!!! What an amazing organic interpretation of the entire facility!!! The exposed/glassed millrace and related treatment is too cool–wait, there are two other homes AND a carriage house included? On acreage? Oh Golly!!! Where’s my fainting couch?

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  3. AvatarLily says: 6 comments

    I pass this house all the time, very cool to see the interior. The mill is set back slightly from the street, but the other two literally touch the road. And there is a stop light directly in from, that might be annoying glowing at night.

  4. Miss-Apple37Miss-Apple37 says: 773 comments

    Amazing structure, stone and wood are my favorites! Those floating stairs and courses standing on the main beams, love them!!

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  5. JimHJimH says: 4014 comments
    OHD Supporter

    The J.B. Fisher mill was actually built around 1820 according to the National Register info, replacing a 1762 mill that burned. A creative approach to the conversion using the old timbers. No photos of the other 2 buildings here, but both the store and miller’s house are also interesting 19th century structures.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beattystown_Historic_District
    https://npgallery.nps.gov/AssetDetail/NRIS/90001449

    Beattystown is a small village that’s been almost overtaken by the expansion of Hackettstown just north. Suburban development all around and a big Walmart up the road. The area is considered a pleasant place to live by Jerseyites, an hour west of NYC (about 2 hours for commuting).

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  6. AvatarCatt says: 50 comments

    So many stone structures have been renovated so there is no stone on the inside. I LOVE that this home Interior truly celebrates the stone walls, wood ceiling beams, and open space. Gorgeous!!

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  7. AvatarKarenZ says: 864 comments
    OHD Supporter

    I normally don’t go for this type of structure, but WOW! I do love stone, but not lots of old wood. From the first indoor photo (with the two chairs by the fireplace), I saw a romantic and beautiful space. I really love it! Way above my price range, but I really love it!

  8. AvatarCindy says: 6 comments

    A mile from my house. I admire this everyday. Didn’t know it was so beautiful inside!!!!

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