Manchester Mill

  What to Do with an Old Mill?

In addition to their historic significance, old mills provide unique flair to a variety of contemporary uses.

A Riverfront Brewpub
Cedarburg Mill
The Cedarburg Mill still sells feeds and agricultural supplies upstairs, but features the Silver Creek Brewing Company downstairs. Craft beers brewed right at the mill are served on the outdoor patio during the summer and inside the brewpub during the winter. The Manchester Mill property is the ideal site for this concept in southeast Michigan.
Silver Creek Brew Pub

A Scenic Country Inn on the River
Stockport Inn
The Stockport Mill was renovated as a country inn featuring unique guest rooms for weekend getaways.
Stockport Inn Guest Room
Stockport Inn Dining Room
Dinner at the Stockport Mill is so wonderful, that diners travel from Columbus and Pittsburg to enjoy the food and the ambience.

A Destination Restaurant in a Uniquely Historic Setting
Old Feed Mill
Mazomanie, a historic community 30 miles from Madison Wisconsin, is home to the Old Feed Mill. Renovated as a first class restaurant, this mill attracts diners enjoying it's unique specialties.
Old Feed Mill

A Center in the Heart of the Community
Linden Mills

The old mill in Linden houses the Historical Museum, the Public Library, and the City Council Chambers.
Behind the mill, the hillside is tiered as a natural amphitheater looking down on the riverfront gazebo.
Linden Mills Stage

A Spectacular Waterfront Residence
In Mill by David Larkin, the last chapter titled "A New Life for Mills" describes the work of architect Hank Browne in restoring an old mill into a intriguing waterfront home.  As a  historic building with a scenic waterfront in an increasingly bustling, small town, the Manchester Mill has the potential to become a single large home or several attractive condominiums.

Mill by David Larkin

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