- January 2020
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(1) Mill House and Water-Mill (Early 19th century).
(2) Rubble-stone walls.
(3) Slate roof.
(4) Brick stacks at: left hand gable, centre ridge, right hand gable.
(5) Stone gable-coping at right hand.
(6) 3 storey building.
(7) 5 windows, 3-light casements with lead lights.
(8) Wooden lintels and cills.
(9) One fixed window with glazing-bars replaces a door in that position.
(10) Lower, one storey, one bay range at right hand with 3-light casements.
(11) Slate roof with one brick stack at right hand.
(12) Doors: 2 approximately at centre, one with 2-lights; one with 6 lights.
(13) Blue lias steps moved left, to approach door beside water-wheel.
(14) Cast-iron wheel, built 1852 (Beaminster).
(15) Machinery mainly intact, and driving 2 mill-stones.
Slape Mill which, up until the end of the Second World War, was used to manufacture flax. Flax was a most necessary raw material for the long established rope making industry for which Bridport was, and still is, famous.