Ideal location for a brewery, distillery or specialized destination restaurant - wood-fired pizzeria, modernized merch/softgoods area, VIP cellar, etc
Drive-thru bin, wood flooring, exposed brickwork, stunning beams & pillars and historic location overlooking railroad tracks provide an amazing backdrop
Open concept offers endless collaborative opportunities
We'll consider unusual concepts!
Scottville is a small community in the heart of Mason County, about 8 miles east of Ludington & Lake Michigan.
In 1882 many stores were built. These consisted of a planing mill, wood bowl factory, flour mill, and was the center of a fine agricultural activities with climate just right for growing grains and fruit.
Located at the intersection of US-10 and US-31 in the center of Mason County, Scottville was named, according to legend, by the toss of a coin in 1882. Hiram Scott won the toss from Charles Blain and the community was named Scottville, becoming incorporated as a city in 1889.
In 1864 the population of Mason County was 845 and this particular district had less than 10 families.
In 1871 ties were being laid and the building of the first railroad was begun from Reed City to Ludington, going directly through this district from east to west. The only means of travel up to this time had been by foot, horseback, or by boat. Thus, the railroad was anxiously awaited.
These tracks run past The Stallion Mill today.