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Historic Epperly Mill- Coleman Suite

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4 guests2 bedrooms4 beds1 bath
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The Coleman Suite(1 of 2 suites)sits on the 3rd floor of Epperly MIll, with a view in all directions that is calming and serene. There is ceiling to floor windows in the living room area that allows a full view of the yard. There are creekside views from each and every room along with a small balcony. The history of the mill is evident in the gear column that is the centerpiece of this loft. This 40 x 40 spacious apartment gives privacy and serenity while providing ample natural light.

The space
Epperly Mill was built in 1901 by John Epperly, his sons and brothers. It has been a staple of Floyd Culture ever since. The pond that was created by the dam was once a swimming hole that gathered the town, providing ice blocks during the winter months. A working Mill until the mid 1940's, it was passed along to several families until the early 70's when it became the epicenter of the "counterculture movement" as more and more "free thinkers" moved to Floyd county escaping the traditional suburban lifestyle. As such, it was Floyd's first food co-operative and then coffee house. The Mill sat silently for several years until it became the home to Presidio Arts run by Charlie Coleman. In 2016, a fire and flood threatened to end the Mill's illustrious career.
The brave men and women of the Floyd Fire Department went into the flood waters with ladder and chainsaw, (and lack of pants) to put the fire out. Remnants of the fire can be seen in the venue hall on the first floor. That's when we stepped in. With nothing but love and time and the skills of Bill Eberhardt and Floydian professionals, the mill was structurally stabilized, re wired, re plumbed, insulated, sanded and oiled, massaged and shined. Her old shell was given a lift and all other parts were hand created from materials found as close as we could to the mill itself, if not Floyd. Three years we have put into loving her, we think you will notice.

The Coleman Suite is a spacious and bright apartment with a birds eye view of the land and the creek. The gears from the mill still reside in the ceiling and the exposed beams give an idea of how they would balance the building through a bolt adjustment. The kitchen is remodeled with all the amenities of home. The stairs in Epperly Mill are original stairs which give them a steeper rise. This can be a difficult climb for those with bad knees,ankles,hips. All of the windows are original where they can be and as such aren't as strong as new windows. For this reason and others children under 12 are not the best fit.

Places for sleeping

Bedroom 1
1 king bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed, 1 single bed
Common spaces
1 double bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
TV
Washer
Dryer
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Backyard
Luggage dropoff allowed

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Where you’ll be

Floyd, Virginia, United States

While the mill is a historic feature, the surrounding homes and land carry even longer history. You are conveniently located 1 mile from the center of Downtown Floyd, 1.9 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, 15 min country drive to Chateau Morrisette Winery,
a quick 40 min jaunt to Blacksburg/VA Tech. and A 1hour drive to Roanoke Airport.

Hosted by Adam And Marcie

Joined in June 2018
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Adam, Marcie and Johanna live on the Buffalo Mountain in Willis, Va. Adam is the owner and chef of Two Trees Catering, a musician and songwriter. He travels with his company, serving Adventure Cyclists and The Film Industry. Marcie is a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, and likes to work with wood. Johanna is a Student at Floyd High, a volleyball player, runs track, an artist and an all around awesome teen. We love where we live, being in the great outdoors, music, art, food and family. We have put a lot of love into saving this piece of Floyd history. We look forward to sharing it with you.
Adam, Marcie and Johanna live on the Buffalo Mountain in Willis, Va. Adam is the owner and chef of Two Trees Catering, a musician and songwriter. He travels with his company, servi…
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House rules
Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with lockbox
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
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Carbon monoxide alarm
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