The Isle of Wight’s oldest attraction, Calbourne Water Mill, has been put up for sale for £2.3 million.
The site, which is set in over 14 acres of rural landscape, mills 30 to 50 tons of flour per year using only the power of natural flowing water.
This is the first time the Mill has been on the market after it was acquired by its current family in 2000.
However, they are now retiring to pursue other opportunities and as a result, have decided to sell.
As well as the Mill itself, the site boasts five operating museums, a shop café, adventure golf, pedalos and punts for a float down the stream.
There are also eight-holiday cottages.
Alongside estate agents Strutt and Parker, rural property specialists BCM have been chosen to oversee its sale.
It follows BCM’s recent sale of the Gore Cross Anaerobic Digestion (AD) site in Arreton, as reported by Isle of Wight Radio.