This stone grain mill was built by Yale University's own Charles Buckley. Set on the Musconetcong River with over 1,500 feet of river frontage this property is the perfect setting for anyone looking for a break from city life, or an investor looking for a bed and breakfast opportunity. The main mill house is a 4 floor, 6,000+sf masterpiece of history and Common Era style. The millrace waterfall is an excellent place to unwind while the stone walls, hewn and sculptural beams capture the elegance of this historic piece in a modern setting. The property consists of 5 buildings, with 3 currently generating $45,000 of income per year which is considered under market. The remaining carriage house fit to be transformed into additional apartments or rooms for the property to be converted into a bed and breakfast.