Water Newton Mill

The Watermill at Water newton is a large three-storey and attic watermill built in 1791 by J Compton. He constructed the Mill from local freestone and with a roof of Collyweston stone slates. A small steam engine was added in the 19th century in a single storey extension to the north of the main building. The Internal machinery is largely intact, including two wheels one with fourteen foot diameter, two pairs of stones, sash hoists and grain bins. Listed Grade II Building since 25 September 1951. English Heritage Building ID: 415293 The Lock in front of it. It was built in 1791 and has 19th century additions and alterations. The Mill it’s self was Converted to dwellings and a shop in 1986. This is a Lovely place to visit during the summer time if you just want a bit of peace and quiet and watch life on the river go by.

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Water Newton Mill, is a lovely place to go for picnic's with the family. The mill it's self isn't open but there is access to the lock and lovely path way's for walks with the dog!

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