Live in history at the Old Graysville Grist Mill

Posted by on Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 at 12:31pm.


Live in a piece of local history at the Old Graysville Grist Mill! This beautiful Ringgold, Georgia property is a perfect option for a residence, restaurant, bed and breakfast, or retail space. 

Originally built in 1849, the mill was burned during the Civil War and then rebuilt. It continued to operate as a grist mill until the 1950s until it was rebuilt and served as a residence from 1987-1993. 

Located on 24.8 acres, this historic property is accessible via a private suspension bridge with a half mile of scenic frontage on the Chickamauga Creek, as well as a railroad track. Enjoy spectacular views of your own 8-foot waterfall! Enjoy endless possibilities that include rooftop dining, lazy river, canoe, fishing, paddle boarding and at this scenic locale.

The home features 6-7 bedrooms and 4.5 baths on the two finished floors. The third floor has potential for 5 additional bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. All bedrooms on the upper floors have deck access for incredible views of the river! The master suite is 652-square-feet and features a garden tub, en suite bathroom, dressing area and a large walk-in closet. The main floor offers an open floor-plan, perfect for entertaining. 

In the basement, there is a water raceway going to the water turbine, which is original to the 1869 rebuild. At one time, catfish and rainbow trout were raised here. The turbine has the potential to generate electricity was valued at approximately $30,000 a year. With a convenient location, just across the Georgia line and easy access to I-75, it is close to all that Chattanooga and North Georgia has to offer. 

Make this unique and historic property yours! Click here for more information and schedule your tour today! 

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