The original house, a prairie style one and a half story house built at the site of the first grist mill to operate in Fairborn, Ohio. O.B. Armstrong, his wife, Inez, and son, George, owned and operated the mill on West Xenia Drive for many years.
Long after the house was first built in 1920 the Armstrongs added a full second story, a small cottage and a carriage house on the property that Inez often referred to as the "Mill Pond Acre". This is a beautiful acre of land located within the city limits and walking distance to all the shops and cafes of Fairborn.
We are located only 2.5 miles from the main headquarters gates of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and just six miles to the Air Force Museum.
You have your choice of accommodations, the main house or the cottage. Three rooms in the main house, one with a private bath and antique furnishings along with contemporary amenities such as cable TV, free wireless internet, and central A/C.
The cottage provides you with a very private and secluded setting with all the above amenities including a small refrigerator.
Enjoy breakfast in the dining room with a tranquil view of the trees, gardens and goldfish pond. We prepare an American traditional breakfast guaranteed to please any appetite. Diets can be accommodated. The meal is served at the times that are most convenient for our guests.
A variety of complimentary snacks and beverages are always available.