Extreme Real Estate: The Old Mill

  • Grist Mills Minus the Grind

    Ever since the first century BC, long before anyone could pop down to the corner market for a bag of flour, people built elaborate water powered grist mills for grinding grain into flour. American grist mills have been around about as long as America has been the United States and many of these historic structures have survived to become unique private residences. Photo Credit: nateOne
    Missouri’s Historic Hammond Mill
  • Missouri’s Historic Hammond Mill

    About 1.5 hours east of the country music carnival that is Branson, MO, in an itty-bitty community called Thornfield, stands the historic Hammond Mill currently on the market with an asking price of $236,500. Photo Credit: LandAndFarm.com
    One in a MILLion
  • One in a MILLion

    Sitting on 6 riverfront acres in the middle of the Mark Twain National Forest, the former grist mill has been converted into a rustic 5 bedroom and 1.5 bathroom getaway. Much of the original 3-story structure has been preserved such as the exposed sycamore post and beam construction and the rough wood floors worn smooth over time while at the same time modern amenities and conveniences have been added such as electricity, phone and internet services. Photo Credit: LandAndFarm.com
    The Furniture Too?
  • The Furniture Too?

    The home is being offered fully furnished but the best part, perhaps, is that property taxes for the property are only $150 per year. That is not a mistake; the taxes really are just $150 per year. For additional information, contact Jenny Ellis (619-793-5144) in Branson, MO. Photo Credit: LandAndFarm.com
    Vermont’s Grist Mill House
  • Vermont’s Grist Mill House

    The charming, New England town of Chester, VT dates back to the mid-1700s and is well known for its historic stone village where many of the buildings were built with local granite. Another of Chester’s well-known and historic structures is known as the Grist Mill House. Photo Credit:  Jennifer Cote / Vermont Country Properties / Sotheby’s International
    A River Runs Through It. Literally.
  • A River Runs Through It. Literally.

    Built in 1830 and dramatically sited on the winding Williams River with pastoral views, the one-time grist mill is currently available with an asking price of $599,900. Photo Credit:  Jennifer Cote / Vermont Country Properties / Sotheby’s International
    Location & Space
  • Location & Space

    Sited on a .2 acre lot in the heart of Vermont’s ski country, the 3-level post and beam constructed Grist Mill House measures in a massive 5,056 sq. ft. In addition to the 4 bedroom and 2.5 bathroom living space that includes an eat in kitchen, a sun room, original word flooring, and a small deck that hangs over the river, the main floor of the building includes an approx. Photo Credit:  Jennifer Cote / Vermont Country Properties / Sotheby’s International
    Dual Use
  • Dual Use

    If you’re looking for income, 800 sq. ft. legal commercial space that can be leased our for income or used for a home-based business. For additional information contact Jennifer Cote (802-558-0558) at Sotheby’s International Realty VCP in Ludlow, VT. Photo Credit:  Jennifer Cote / Vermont Country Properties / Sotheby’s International
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