Before the Dehydration
This Grade 2 listed building dates from the early 18th century, but various alterations and additions have been done at later periods in the 19th and 20th century.
Interior, the mill retains a late 19th century steel waterwheel and remnants of the earlier wooden gear wheels and power transmission. The mill was at the far end of the main building, which was also housing the miller's dwelling. Some rooms retain chamfered wooden spine beams.
To sort out dampness problems of this historical property, and raise its life expectancy, the owners have chosen the non-invasive Aquapol Masonry Dehydration System, which they saw at the Listed Property Trade Show. The dehydration of the building is underway.