The iconic stone mill on Sill Lane is not only a centerpiece of the town’s history and architecture, but also featured in prominent works of art. Built in the early 1800’s, the Oliver Lay House on Upper Mill Pond is often depicted in paintings found in books and museums. The mill was fully operational up until the 1950’s at which time it was converted into a private residence. This unique property situated along a tributary of the CT river was purposefully built by the damn and pond which creates a backdrop that will delight any nature lover. With over 5,000 sf of living space this home features 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, 4 fireplaces along with a garden level living area nestled into the banks of the waterfall. From the main entrance you are greeted by a 2 story grand foyer featuring a wrap around balcony walkway on the 2nd floor that is open to below. With 9’ ceilings throughout, the first floor features an expansive formal living room, formal dining room, ½ bathroom and kitchen with a den perfect for reading or informal dining. Upstairs you will find 4 generously sized bedrooms all with attached or private bathrooms. With it’s picturesque landscape setting and historical significance, the mill on Sill Lane is a unique offering that will not disappoint. This is a rare opportunity to own a home that is not only a nature lover’s paradise and a piece of history but also a living piece of art.
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