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Benjamin Chase Mill Timeline:
1867: Original wooden mill built. 1910: Mill destroyed by fire. 1912: Newly built mill made with fire proof bricks. Point in history RMS Titanic sinks. 1914: World’s largest producer of wooden nursery labels. 1998: Mill operations moved to a modern facility. 2000: Mill left unmaintained for years. 2005: Builder discovers old mill and starts conversion to luxury riverfront condos. Present: A handful of new and resale units are available for sale and lease
The ultimate in LUXURY condo living
Expansive river views provide the backdrop for a community designed for a rich, sophisticated lifestyle. This elegant mill conversion is emerging as Southern New Hampshire’s most sought after address. Reserved for those with uncompromising taste. At last, an answer to the demand for the ultimate expression of the luxury lifestyle. The Benjamin Chase Mill consists of a converted historic woodworking mill provides a picturesque setting for the 36 luxury condominiums.
Live in a piece of history!
Expansive river views provide the backdrop for a community designed for a rich, sophisticated lifestyle. This elegant mill conversion is emerging as Southern New Hampshire’s most sought after address. Reserved for those with uncompromising taste. At last, an answer to the demand for the ultimate expression of the luxury lifestyle. The Benjamin Chase Mill consists of a converted historic woodworking mill and provides a picturesque setting for the 36 luxury condominiums.
Benjamin Chase Mill, set on 10 wooded acres, is close to downtown Derry and is convenient to golf, seacoast, shopping, major highways and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, while providing a beautiful and serene country setting, for complete immersion in the area’s unparalleled blend of culture and leisure.
Historic woodworking style...
Exposed wood and brick wall design and sensibility grace and style. Designed to accommodate those accustomed to quality and service, the Benjamin Chase Mill offers every comfort, convenience and pleasure in a portfolio of amenities that redefine prestige.
The Mill History...
The Benjamin Chase Mill, famous for its high precision woodworking capabilities and was the world’s largest manufacturer of wooden nursery labels. After a fire destroyed the original building in 1912, the new mill was rebuilt with fireproof bricks. The new mill as built over Beaver Brook and took advantage of the flowing waters to produce the power needed to operate the plant. The restoration has preserved the canal that steers the brook waters under the building. Many of the 36 unique floor plans provide spectacular brook views and sounds of the rushing waters warmly greet residents and guests.
About Beaver Brook...
Beaver Brook flowing through Chase Mill - Some units at Benjamin Chase Mill actually site on the edge while others offer stunning views. Beaver Brook which can at times be a low flowing brook and other times be a raging river based on rain and other seasonal flow from Beaver Lake.
Beaver Brook is a 30.7-mile-long (49.4 km) river located in New Hampshire and Massachusetts in the United States. It is a tributary of the Merrimack River, part of the Gulf of Maine watershed. Beaver Brook rises in Chester, New Hampshire, and flows south into Derry, passing through Harantis Lake, Adams Pond, and Beaver Lake. Continuing south, the brook forms the boundary between Londonderry and Windham, then flows through Pelham. The brook crosses the state line into Dracut, Massachusetts, and reaches the Merrimack River in the city of Lowell. Most of the brook's course is through gently hilly terrain that is rapidly being converted into suburban land use.
This was discovered in the attic of an old farm house in Sandown NH in 2016
"PROPERTY OF THE BENJAMIN CHASE CO MUST NOT BE TAKEN FROM THE FACTORY"
High Water Photos