Built during the days of grand sugar plantations, Vervain Mill was originally a working, wind-powered mill for processing sugar cane. After falling into ruin at the end of sugar production, it was made into a home by a Canadian family in 1980. The current owners bought the property in 1995 and converted it into a beautiful rental property and part-time getaway for themselves.
Located on the southeast side of the island, part way up the hill toward Mt. Nevis where ocean breezes cool and refresh, Vervain Mill offers three bedrooms, three baths, beautiful furnishings, swimming pool, gazebo, architectural ruins, and lots of privacy.