Drop $1M and Run a B&B Out of This Renovated Stone Mill

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Built in 1830 and used as a stone grist mill until the 1930s, this four-bedroom, 6,000-square-foot stone and brick property in St Johnsville, N.Y. hadn't been touched in years before its current owners swooped in to renovate the place. Taken by its history and romantic locale amidst waterfalls on an inlet of the Mohawk River, the couple fully updated the formerly electricity-free, plumbing-free interiors—though with painstaking efforts made to maintain its character. Now on the market for $1M, the four-story mill really does hold strong to its rustic feel—thanks to the original grooved floors, wood-beamed ceilings, stone walls, and seriously cool paneling that can be lifted away to reveal former worker's writing on the wall. The mill currently serves as a B&B—not a shocker based on, uh, some of the decor—but could also make for an impressive single family home. Take a look, below:

· House of the Week: Renovated Stone Mill [Zillow]
· The 1835 St. Johnsville Stone Mill [Waterfall Real Estate]
· All B&Bs posts [Curbed National]

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