Old Mill of Guilford, Oak Ridge

Guilford Mill, also known as the Old Mill of Guilford and Bailes' Old Mill, is a historic grist mill located near Oak Ridge, Guilford County, North Carolina. It was built in 1822, and is a plain three-story, heavy timber frame building on a fieldstone foundation. It has a gable roof and one-story, shed roofed addition built of fieldstone. The grist mill is powered by an overshot wheel.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.
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  • It is on Hwy 68 between High Point and Oak Ridge. Continue to Oak Ridge as there is nice shopping mall and several restaurants. It was a small country town that is very current now. This is where.....  more »
  • Awesome, fun to see how thinks were done inpast years. Love the mill grinding and the product is awesome.  more »
  • We enjoyed our visit. Felt like we were back in time. Loved the creek. We purchased muffin mixes, apple butter and yellow grits. The berry berry muffin mix paired well with the apple butter! We will be back.
  • Moved away from the area about 20 years ago and always enjoyed visiting and shopping at the Grist Mill. Was happy that I was able to revisit on Tuesday while back in the area.

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