Inside the beautiful converted corn mill in the ‘idyllic’ village of Somerset

A stunning old mid-18th century corn mill has hit the market in a popular Somerset village. The Old Mill, in Mill Lane, Portbury, retains many of its original features, including the original cast iron bread oven.

Other features include the millstones on the first floor landing and some of the mill’s original machinery has also been retained. the goodswhich is Grade II listed, also has many other features including exposed beams and stone walls and even a bar, adding to its charm and character.

Over the years The Mill has been lovingly converted into a comfortable, detached family house with well proportioned bedrooms, most with dual aspect enjoying pleasant views over the gardens. The property is being marketed by Hollis Morgan at an asking price of £850,000.

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Hollis Morgan Associate Director George Harris said: ‘The Old Mill is truly a quirky and unique place goods which offers a rare opportunity to potential buyers. There aren’t many of these types of properties that exist in the South West or even the UK, so The Old Mill is a rare find.”

the goods is spread over three floors. On the ground floor, an entrance hall serves the main reception rooms and the kitchen on the ground floor. The ground floor comprises a dining room and a large living room, a shower room and a large kitchen fitted with an Aga cast iron stove, a dining area leading to a spacious utility room with door to the rear gardens.

The Old Mill, in Mill Lane, Portbury

On the first floor, the large landing gives access to a good sized office/single bedroom, three large bedrooms and family bathroom. A beautiful cast iron staircase leads to a very large room which spans the entire third floor and is currently used as a family room/games room, although it could be converted into a fabulous master bedroom.

The Old Mill, in Mill Lane, Portbury

Le Vieux Moulin is accessed by electric gates via a long driveway with a large garage To the left. In front of the home is a large grassed garden and terrace and to the rear of the house are the established gardens with large areas of lawn on separate levels.

The Old Mill, in Mill Lane, Portbury

Hidden at the back of the garden is a large stone sloping roof outbuilding/workshop fully electrically connected. the idyllic village of Portbury offers a fantastic location with woodland walks a stone’s throw away and Priors Wood and the National Trust’s Tyntesfield estate just minutes away.

For more information on The Old Mill call 0117 295 9653.