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1882 Grist Mill

Featuring one of New England’s Most Breathtaking Residences

Original Kingsley Homestead
Original Kingsley Homestead
Two and a half story original colonial farm house with 3,675 Sq Ft, 4 bedrooms and 2 baths
It has been called New England’s “FallingWater” by those who knew Frank Lloyd Wright intimately. Each building has been renovated keeping the historic architecture and charm. The property sits on 2.5 +/- acres consisting of the Mill River with 100 feet of spectacular waterfalls and naturally carved private swimming holes and consists of the Grist Mill itself; the largest of the four main buildings, the original Kingsley Homestead, the Horse Barn and the Grainery/Artsist Studio, all converted into residences. Just a half mile from the Applachain trail and local airport. This quintessential Vermont property has been captured in numerous magazines and newspapers.

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Introducing the Kingsley Grist Mill
Introducing the Kingsley Grist Mill
The amin building consisting of 5 stories and 5,200 Sq Ft. looking directly over the river.
Deck
Deck
The mills chained and cantilevered deck as seen in "Deck and Patio Idea Book"
Mill River
Mill River
View from the back deck
Bedrooms 4
Full Baths 3
Heated Sq. Ft. 5,200
Stories 5
Acres 2.5

Features.

  • 1st Floor Bath
  • Basement
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Library
  • Reader's Loft
  • Sunroom
  • 1 Car Garage
  • Automatic outside lights
  • Garden
  • Guest House
  • Rear Deck
  • Restored exterior
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Ceramic Tile
  • Fireplaces
  • High Ceilings
  • Walk-In Closets
  • Wood floors
  • Slate Roof
  • Dishwasher
  • Gas heating
  • Range
  • Refrigerator
  • Septic Tank
  • Claw-foot Tub(s)
  • Pocket Doors
  • 3 Additional Buildings
  • Cupola

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Three Additional Buildings

Restored Horse Barn

The horse barn was built in 1885 and is a two and a half story gable front Queen Anne style structure which has been converted into two separate apartments. Clad with original wood clapboards , the wood frame sits on a modern reinforced concrete foundation with a shingle roof. On the north elevation is a large, interior mounted sliding barn door. The first level features five small fixed windows with molded hoods that originally opened into the horse stalls inside the barn.

* 3 Bedrooms
* 2 Baths
* 2,100 Sq. Ft.

Grain Storage Repair Shop / Artist Studio

The grain storage and repair shop was built in 1885 and has been renovated into a one bedroom with loft apartment keeping the historic value of the structure. The two story building was built into the steep hillside between the Mill on the lower level and the horse barn and Crary House on the upper level. The wood clapboard building sits on a stone foundation and is pinned to the bedrock with iron rods.

* 1 + loft bedroom
* 1 Bath
* 1,248 Sq Ft.

The Crary Kinsley house

Built in 1778 with a large addition to the east elevation added on in 1835. It is a two and half story, side gable, federal style residence. Clad with wood clapboards, the post and beam structure rests on a stone foundation with an asphalt shingle roof. The first story of the house has hardwood floors and hemlock ceiling beams . Interior walls are wood lathe and horsehair plaster construction. Birch log rafters with the bark still on them support the roof.

* 4 Bedrooms
* 2 Baths
* 3,675 Sq. Ft.

Archived in February, 2013

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