The River Mill Condominiums were developed in 1986.
Originally the building was a factory of four stories, each
story approximately sixteen feet high with supporting timbers.
The individual living units were required by the condominium
document to retain certain areas with sixteen-foot ceilings; in
other areas, lofts and second floor rooms could be installed.
The building has a penthouse on the roof which provides all
fourth-story living units with a third level. Original
purchasers of the units had the opportunity to provide input into
the design of their units. No two units in the building have the
same floor plan but all have great expanses of open space
combined with exposed beams and brick. Breathtaking 12' windows
overlook the river and lake. The condominium building grounds
include a marina, swimming pool and tennis courts.
Owners live where lumber baron Edward Paine and his family built
an empire. In the neighborhood, the Paine Art Center and
Arboretum, with 14 acres of gardens, stately Queen Anne homes
and the Oshkosh Public Museum testify to the boom days of the
1880s. River Mill is a place where history and fine living meet.
It is truly the best of "Oshkosh on the Water".