15 Blisworth Mill is a spacious one bedroom flat on the third floor of this beautifully converted Grade 2 Listed Mill. It has fantastic views over the Grand Union Canal. Blisworth Mill enjoys a long history dating back to 1879. It was originally built as a corn mill, and has had various uses since, including a warehouse, a WW2 rations store, and a pepper and spice factory. It was eventually converted into
apartments in 2000.
The Mill is set on the edge of Blisworth, a thriving village with a shop, post office, two churches, a doctors, a village hall, two pubs, sports facilities, clubs and allotments. Each summer the village holds a popular Canal Festival. The Mill stands proudly beside the canal, and benefits from a private car park to the rear, where the flat has an allocated parking space. Additional guest parking is available on a ‘first come first served’ basis.
The flat is entered via a door from a shared entrance hall. Inside the rooms are arranged to make the most of the fabulous views over the canal. As you enter the flat there is a door to the right into the bathroom which is full of character with exposed beams and a lovely cast-iron column. Next is the kitchen, which is attractively fitted with heavy exposed beams and borrowed light from a huge glazed serving hatch into the living room. To the left is a spacious bedroom with a window overlooking the Grand Union Canal views. To the rear of the bedroom is a large space which has been fitted out as a walk-in wardrobe.
The highlight of the flat is the lovely spacious living room. This has two windows enjoying lovely views over the Grand Union Canal. The wall where the windows look out has beautiful exposed brickwork and an intriguing brick mantel, and the enchanting details continue with more exposed beams and another cast-iron column.