House of the week: Former watermill in picturesque location offers plenty of potential

Glanworth Mill was built in 1840 as part of a Famine relief scheme but has lent itself to many uses since, including as a guesthouse, restaurant and family home

3rd December, 2014
House of the week: Former watermill in picturesque location offers plenty of potential

This fetching two-storey natural stone building spans about 560 square metres and sits on two acres of land on the banks of the River Funcheon.

The gardens have a great selection of trees and shrubs, providing a sunny and sheltered aspect to this peaceful location. The bright, south-facing front facade overlooks the famous 15th Century Glanworth Bridge, which is said to be the narrowest and oldest public bridge in everyday use in Europe.

An attractive cobbled...

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