Mill Concordia - Ede
After more than 300 years the predecessor of this mill needed to be replaced. That earlier mill had an oil percussion. Recently several parts and traces of this have been found. After first being owned by a Mrs. Veldhuizen, the mill came into the possession of the Van der Craats family in 1868. Until mid-2000 the mill was still in the possession of the Van der Craats family, who also owned the other Edese mills. In 1962, the sail cross was removed from the mill. Until the hull was dismantled in November 2003, the mill was languishing between high silo buildings. In that year a milling restoration of the mill started. The original stone substructure was raised by 4.70 meter. The former farm next to it is also being restored to its former glory. The former mill buildings are largely preserved, as was the case in 1937. On the rest of the site will be housing.
On 22 May 2008, the milling mill was officially put back into operation. Mill flour is sold in the mill on Saturday mornings and children's parties are held by appointment.
6712 CZ Ede
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|Monday||09:30 - 16:00|
|Saturday||10:00 - 16:00|
Mill Concordia is also open by appointment.