The Yorkshire Dales National Park in England’s village of West Burton is home to the Old Corn Mill, a historic structure. It is a late 18th-century Grade II* listed building that has since undergone a number of repairs and reconstructions.
When the Old maize Mill was first constructed, it was intended to be a water-powered mill for grinding maize and other grains, which was a crucial aspect of the local agricultural economy at the time. The mill ran until the first decades of the 20th century, when it ceased to function and was abandoned.
A local couple bought the mill in the 1980s, and they started a significant restoration project to turn it into a home. In order to retain the building’s historic character, the restoration work was carried out with extreme care and attention to detail utilising traditional building techniques and materials.
The Old Corn Mill is now a stunning and distinctive 3 bedroom holiday home that honours the Yorkshire Dales’ rich architectural and historical legacy. The building has numerous historic characteristics that have been kept as a reminder of its past, such as the mill wheel and grinding stones.
The 3-bedroom holiday home comes with a living room with a flat-screen TV with streaming services, a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and an oven, and 3 bathrooms with a hair dryer. Towels and bed linen are featured in the holiday home. The property has an outdoor dining area.
- Free parking
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
- Streaming service (like Netflix)
- Flat-screen TV
- Satellite channels
- Outdoor dining area
- Sun terrace
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