You've heard it said, a house is not a home. This grande home is not a house! Until the 50's, it was a functioning grist mill; then Grubbs Mill was re-purposed as a residence in 1970. Seek the unique? You've found it! This Creekside Manor is an eclectic blend of modern, retro, and rustic; but totally tasteful, graceful, and spacious. The main floor is completely open with cozy conversation centers; one being in front of your fireplace. Upstairs offers you two bedrooms, each with it's own full bath. Plus, a library/loft overlooks the main floor. Wonderful vintage random-width floors and exposed beams delight throughout. The basement boasts a multi-purpose room, a full bath with (ahhh!) a soaking tub, and a specially-built grotto that you'll find no where else. The grotto is the former, now-restored mill race, upon which the mill was built. All mills were built upon water; no water, no mill! 3 original grinding wheels have been cleverly integrated into your living spaces. You'll step on one on the walkway leading to your main entrance. You'll use one as a coffee table in your living room. The third is embedded into one of three patios, outside the NE corner of the home. Relax along the banks of your stocked Valley Creek with your fishing pole in hand and catch a fresh, healthy meal. You have approximately 1800 feet of river frontage at your fingertips. Soaring eagles and feeding blue heron have been reported. A huge turtle has been spotted in Valley Creek. Hiking/biking trails, Paradise Farms Nature Area, and Harmony Hill Nature Area are just around the corner. The Mill's participation in the prestigious Brandywine Conservancy significantly reduces your taxes and insures your personal nature preserve remains protected. Tucked away along a quiet, quaint country road, but a few very short minutes from shopping and the train. Arrange to see this truly one-of-a-kind home today!