Ivy Mills Icehouse

Ice was cut from a pond once located straight down the hill from the ice house, toward Ivy Mills Road. There are several squared outlines remaining for openings in the interior and side walls of the building. The largest was probably to provide a space through which ice was lowered into the ice pit; the purpose of the other openings was for light and air.

The wooden second story was a later addition, and at one time housed chickens.