One of Little Compton’s newest listings is garnering a great deal of attention. The iconic Windmill House, built in 1886, is famous for its on-of-a-kind architectural integration of an actual once-functioning windmill. The idyllic three-season family compound features two houses, pristine grounds, sweeping ocean views, and is surrounded by more than 150 acres of protected farmland.
The five-bedroom shingled Mill House sweeps around the original windmill that appears as an octagonal turret. The Narragansett millstones, which formerly ground the corn in the mill, have been cut into halves to make steps for each of the main entries.
The five-bedroom “Dinghy” house was originally built in 1933 for the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. With 1600 square feet of sunny living space, complete with a fireplace and an outdoor shower, the house is a classic summer cottage.
With its two spacious houses, rolling lawns, surrounded by the picturesque pastoral landscape that Little Compton is known for, this very special property is the perfect seaside retreat.
The property is being represented by Little Compton native Cherry Arnold.
Bostonmagazine.com recently featured the property in their “On the Market” section. That article can be viewed here.
Curbed also featured the home as their “Home of the Day.” Click here to view.
For more property information click here or contact Cherry Arnold for a private showing.