Millend Mill is a substantial Grade II listed Cotswold stone former woollen mill situated in a quiet country lane on the outskirts of the popular village of Eastington. This rural location allows for easy access to the shops, amenities and train station of both Stroud and Stonehouse, with motorway junctions within easy reach and countryside walks on the door step. The property was originally built in 1818 by wealthy cloth manufacturer Henry Hicks and has now been sympathetically converted into eleven beautifully appointed apartments on the first, second, third and fourth floors, with the ground floor retained as an impressive reception area with working water wheel. This apartment is on the first floor and has lift access, with accommodation arranged over one level.
The Mill is set just off a quiet country lane on the outskirts of Eastington Village and most windows take in the view across fields and farmland. The apartments will benefit from a sunny paved sitting area immediately behind the property next to the river. Eastington is a well regarded village with a post office, general store, butchers, public houses and offers easy access to main arterial routes. The nearby town of Stonehouse offers a wide range of amenities to include banks, post office, local schools, supermarkets and butchers. The main line railway station provides a direct route to London, Paddington and Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is approximately 2 miles away.
This apartment is on the first floor and has lift access, with accommodation arranged over one level. This comprises an entrance hall, open plan living space with sitting area, dining area and well appointed kitchen with bespoke Parlour Farm units and integrated appliances, master bedroom with en suite shower room, main bathroom and second bedroom. High quality fittings have been used throughout, with the lovely Oak floor of particular merit.
The property benefits from a parking space and use of the communal sitting area, at the front of the property, by the weir. There is an outhouse for bin storage and this also houses the meters.
AGENTS NOTE – There is planning permission for two properties to be built on the land behind the mill, and further permission to develop the grounds beyond, to the left.