Behold this masterfully crafted wonderfully preserved 1800s stone mill house excellently utilized as an antique store. The current none-conforming zoning use could be changed with permission from the township for a substitute none conforming use for a variety of businesses. A possible conversion to a single family dwelling is permissible. Accompanying the beautiful mill house is a 1,100 sqft office building with HVAC and parking lot for over 25 cars. The mill was in use until 1965 and had a steam engine later replaced by the current diesel engine that added power to the water wheel. Many of the wheels, gears, belts and pulleys are still intact displaying the beauty and ingenuity of early American construction. A water race runs along the road to where a pond used to be (now wet lands) fed by a spring. This historical beauty has 48 inch thick walls, variable length wood floors, hand hewn beams and much more. Owner financing is also a possibility. They don't make them like they used to!