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After a long state of disrepair, the mill building and 3.5 acre site was purchased by the current owners in September of 1985. Reconstruction as a residence by the owners began shortly thereafter and has continue on and off for more than two decades. In 1985, a water well was drilled to supply the house. After a week of drilling and 750ft later, a rare, high-yield artesian water source was hit. Research by a US Geological Survey Team in 1986 determined that pressurized water was emanating from an aquifer of some size through a crack at the bottom of the bore hole. The free flow volume was estimated to be 342 gallons per minute. Twenty-five years later, the well still holds the same pressure on the domestic water supply requiring no pump and supplying thermal energy for the heat pump.
In 2006, an attached garage and bonus room were added to the east side of the original structure. Currently are 5-bedrooms and 3.5 baths. An additional dressing room on the third floor and the large bonus room over the garage are currently unfinished. In late 2018, a den was added to directly view the waterwheel and waterfall at eye level.
The front of the house faces slightly west of south and with the expanse of windows and solar panels, take advantage of natural energy. A solar/wood central heating and hot water system complement the geothermal heat pump for heating and cooling for approximately 2700 sq. ft. of heated space.
SHOWN BY APPT. ONLY. Owner is a non-active real estate broker and is unaffiliated with any real estate office.
Note: Regarding Tax value VS. Market value, county tax assessors do not place a tax value on the 90-ft long masonry dam, flume, waterwheel, 10kW micro-hydro set, artesian well or the intrinsic historic value of the site.
- Stories: 4
- Square Feet: 2,700
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 3.5
Additional Rooms: 9
Heating & Cooling
- Central AC
- Central Heating
- Built in: 1909
- Structure Type: Other
- Lot Size: 3.50 Acres
Parking: 2.5 Spaces
- Attached Garage
- Fenced Yard
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