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1774 Grist Mill – Lebanon, ME – $279,500

401 Little River Rd, Lebanon, ME 04027 - Contingent or Pending Sale*

The "LITTLE RIVER GRIST MILL" a one of a kind property situated along the Little River offering breathtaking views on an attractive perennial landscaped 1 acre lot. This picturesque Circa 1774 structure has been thoughtfully renovated to preserve the property's character including wide board floors, hand hewn beams, ship-lap wainscoting and still contains much of the original mill including its massive stone grinding wheels. If you're looking for a home with charm, history and authenticity, this one's for you.

3 Beds // 2.5 Baths // 2100 Sqft

07/18/2017 // 25 Comments

1762 Grist Mill – Easton, PA (National Register) – $498,900

615 Kressman Rd, Easton, PA 18042 - For Sale*

Spectacular price reduction! Few and far between. Rare 3-story stone Grist Mill with slate roof, 3-car garage, small barn and springhouse situated directly On Fry's Creek. Large open meadow divided by creek with newly constructed crossing bridge. comfortable home as is or perfect opportunity to create an architectural statement. When clients ask for "something unique", this will satisfy all requirements 1 1/2 hours from N.Y.C.

4 Beds // 3 Baths // 3900 Sqft

06/15/2017 // 4 Comments

c. 1840 Mill & House – Phoenixville, PA – $275,000

1794 Pickering Rd, Phoenixville, PA 19460 - For Sale*

This quarter-acre property is not a build-able lot but is being sold along with the two buildings next door at 1800 & 1806 Pickering Road, MLS 6895439. Once in a lifetime opportunity to restore two charming 18th Century buildings, each nestled along the picturesque Pickering Creek at Merlin and Pickering Roads. These historic buildings anchored the original Village of Merlin, an important Chester County crossroads for industry and agriculture in the 18th & 19th centuries. The first building is a sweet three-story stone house reportedly built in the 1830-1840's. There are two bedrooms on the second level and space for a third bedroom in the attic, which has a dormer and many windows. The second building is the old J.J. Emery Cider Mill, a two-story home featuring gorgeous exposed stone interiors, two stone fireplaces and a wonderful stone courtyard overlooking the creek. Stunning views, wildlife, and the rush of the creek are all enjoyed from nearly every window and the exterior deck/porch of each building. There is a beautiful stone wall along the creek side of the grounds. Live in one house and rent the other or create an artist studio/in-law suite next to your home. The two buildings are contributing resources in the Middle Pickering National Register Historic District and are also listed resources under Article 16 Historic Resources Protection Ordinance. Buyer needs the vision and resources to completely renovate both buildings. Buyers without an understanding of the realities of renovating historic properties are discouraged from considering this property. Roofs on both structures are newer. Buildings and property are being sold in as-is condition. Creek-side quarter-acre lot at 1794 Pickering Road is part of this sale and houses the septic system which is functioning but is in unsatisfactory condition (see listing agent for additional detail). Anglers will find a variety of fish including smallmouth bass, rainbow trout and brown trout in Pickering Creek. Easy access to the Pennsylvania Turnpike slip ramp at Rt 29, the Great Valley Corporate Office Parks, Rt 202, wonderful downtown Phoenixville and the charming village of Kimberton. Listing agent must accompany all showings. Please do not access the property without an appointment.

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03/10/2017 // 24 Comments

Mill & Cabin – Dandridge, TN – $325,000

822 French Mill Rd, Dandridge, TN 37725 - Not For Sale*

This unique CREEKSIDE property comes with a completely restored water wheel-powered, belt-driven grist mill that dates back to approx. 1800 and is fully operational. Hearthstone log cabin constructed with 6x12 logs. Wide plank pine flooring. Septic access for RV. Let the sound of creek lull you to sleep, or while away hours on the porch gazing at the cascades. Creek has 80x5 dam that feeds mill race. This beautiful setting and historic property will endear you even more to East Tennessee!

2 Beds // 1 Baths // 860 Sqft

02/25/2016 // 17 Comments

1825 Mill – North Berwick, ME – $62,950

30 Cider Mill Pond Rd, North Berwick, ME 03906 - Sold*

Historic Saw Mill Cabin on Cider Mill Pond. Beautiful and peaceful setting. Many original mill parts remain. 1260 sqft of living space to create your own retreat. 1.25 acres of serenity. ALL CONTRACTS/OFFERS ARE SUBJECT TO OneWest Bank Mortgage Servicing, a division of CIT Bank, N.A. SENIOR MANAGEMENT APPROVAL AND ANY OFFERS OR COUNTER OFFERS BY OneWest Bank Mortgage Servicing, a division of CIT Bank, N.A. ARE NOT BINDING UNLESS THE ENTIRE AGREEMENT IS RATIFIED BY ALL PARTIES

3 Beds // 1.5 Baths // 1260 Sqft

11/13/2015 // 10 Comments

c. 1856 Grist Mill – Stamford, NY – $575,000

2924 Middlebrook Hill Rd, Stamford, NY 12167 - Not For Sale*

Nestled beside a picturesque RAMBLING WATERFALL STREAM, sits this beautifully restored, 4500 square foot, circa 1856 GRIST MILL . . . creating a dramatic one-of-a-kind home on THE PERFECT SETTING! Each step of the renovations took into consideration, a LOFT-STYLE SOHO LAYOUT combined with an eye towards integrating AMAZING BUILT-INS and ROMANTIC CHARM. THIS HOUSE IS STUNNING! When you first step thru the original ANTIQUE CHESTNUT MILL DOOR, you will immediately be taken back by the "GLEAMING" wide-plank PINE FLOORS of the GREAT ROOM . . . achieved by meticulously staining the wood with "black tea" and finished with multiple coats of a "green-base" floor renewal. When I say "gleaming" . . .

3 Beds // 1 Baths // 4500 Sqft

06/12/2014 // 11 Comments

1749 Mill – Perkasie, PA – Sold

796 Minsi Trail, Perkasie, PA 18944 - Sold*

This early mill is located on Minsi Trail and backs up to Swenks Mill road. The mill was called Swenk's Grist Mill. The original mill was built April 8, 1749 and had many names including Yost's Mill as it changed ownership. It was marked on George Washington's battlefield map of Bethlehem Road (used from 1775-1782) so it has an interesting history. The building has thick stone exterior still intact after 250+ years and has many potentials for restoration. Portions of the waterwheel can still be seen in the basement. Bring your imagination, flashlight, boots (if ground is wet), client or colleague to walk the property and building with you. The building has no working systems or lights so come during daylight hours so that you can see where you are walking and be very careful. However, if you enjoy walking through history, the risk is worth it.

5760 Sqft

01/26/2012 // 5 Comments