Where else can you get such an amazing view. I find I'm never let down for beauty and peace with the National Trust.
White mill was original built in the 18th century. Rebuilt in 1776 where it worked as water powered mill until 1866 when a bad flood destroyed the mill making it unusable beyond repair.
It wasnt till 1994 when the National Trust started to conserve the property.
When visiting a National Trust property, usually take the dogs. Today was no different.
TJ all excited to look into the building running ahead before the rain started to fall three dogs trying to keep up whilst I was getting dragged behind.
|The rear of property|
On a Quiet road in the middle of no where stands a small mill. The mill is no longer in use but is lovely to look around.
Along the entrance passage the mill has many low hanging beams but for short people like myself I walked around with no problems.
The stairs are steep going up to all three floors. On each level the view from the windows are fantastic.
|View from loading door 1st floor|
When walking around the building you can imagine where the grain used to be held. The amount of work that the old millers used to work. with the original elm and apple wood machinery still in the building.
|Elm and apple wood machinery|
|The river stour|
|Old well at the rear of property|