Historic: Savage Mill

<b><a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/historic-savage-mill-savage">Savage Mill</A></b>, in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100612000000" title="Howard County" href="/topic/us/maryland/howard-county-PLGEO100100612000000.topic">Howard County</a> on the Little Patuxent River, lives up to its billing as "the most unique and historic shopping destination in Maryland." Centered on a nearly 200-year-old former textile mill once powered by a 30-foot water wheel, the shopping complex encompasses 175,000 square feet and includes some 30 merchants and five restaurants, including <b><a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/the-rams-head-tavern-at-savage-mill-savage">Rams Head Tavern</A></b>. <i>--Chris Kaltenbach</i><br><br>
8600 Foundry St., Savage<br>
<a href="http://savagemill.com/" target=new>savagemill.com</A>

( Patuxent Publishing / October 30, 2005 )

Savage Mill, in Howard County on the Little Patuxent River, lives up to its billing as "the most unique and historic shopping destination in Maryland." Centered on a nearly 200-year-old former textile mill once powered by a 30-foot water wheel, the shopping complex encompasses 175,000 square feet and includes some 30 merchants and five restaurants, including Rams Head Tavern. --Chris Kaltenbach

8600 Foundry St., Savage
savagemill.com

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