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Marksboro Grist Mill

201 Spring Valley Road, Hardwick, , 07825 , Dated Posted: November 5, 2016

$425,000

SusanPasquali

Circa 1759

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About This Old House

Circa 1759 Converted Stone Grist Mill known as the Marksboro Grist Mill was built by Colonel Mark Thomson. A US Representative from New Jersey and a Sussex County Justice of the peace who engaged in milling. The mill was built on part of his 3000 acre holdings in Marksboro which carries his name. With 1000 feet fronting both sides of the Paulinskill River and backing to the 27 mile Paulinskill nature trail, history lives on with this historic property on 2.5 acres. This is the perfect home for those with an appreciation of older stone homes with interesting architectural and historic features. A perfect showcase for antiques or eclectic collections. This former Grist Mill’s exterior is adorned with the remnant of a Feed Store Advertisement and it is entirely made of mill stone with a slate roof. It has been written up in many magazines for its design features including open floor concept, original beams & wide board floors. There is a 3 stall barn, shed & corn crib for horses or other farm animals. The perfect getaway & a tranquil retreat for those looking for a special home. Enjoy fishing, biking, hiking, horseback riding and kayaking in this recreational haven. Includes Bl 1202, Lot 12 in Hardwick consisting of 1.50 acres This intriguing home and property is hard to find at such an affordable price.

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