1375 Martin Street, State College, PA 16803 • 814-231-8200
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About Potters Mills

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Potters Mills is a hamlet in Centre County, located just east of the Potter-Allison Farm at the intersection of General Potter Highway (Route 322) and Old Fort Road (Route 144).

Potter-Allison Farm was added to the National Register of Historic Place in 1977. The farm complex includes a 19th-century wood barn, stone slaughterhouse, the Potter-Allison House and a variety of other historic outbuildings. The remains of milling and tanning operations are also on the property. Originally owned and developed by General James Potter, who built his log cabin and grist mill there and is the inspiration for the hamlet's name. Now known as the General Potter Farm, the 2-story bank barn has been renovated and is a popular location for weddings and events of all sizes.

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