A mid 18th century water mill and mill house incorporating an earlier building, with late 19th century alterations. The mill is situated on the River Leach and has a metal breastshot wheel measuring 14ft by 16ft, which drove three pairs of stones through two layshafts and level gears. The mill kept working until circa 1970. The mill has been partially converted to office use and, although the waterwheel and main machinery are still in place, most of the rest of the working parts and equipment have been removed. Only the loft remains in its working condition. The small waterwheel and pump are in place, but derelict. There is a pond to the west, with spillway and bypass channel, the waterwheel is visible through the tailrace arch in the east elevation. The association with is textiles not certain.