Inman Mills (Inman, South Carolina)
|Location||240 4th St., Inman, South Carolina|
|Area||19.5 acres (7.9 ha)|
|Architect||W.B. Smith Whaley|
|Architectural style||Romanesque Revival|
|NRHP reference No.||16000090|
|Added to NRHP||March 15, 2016|
The Inman Mills, now the Lofts at Inman Mills, are a historic textile mill complex at 240 4th Street in Inman, South Carolina. The mill complex includes a large main mill building and a number of smaller buildings, some attached, as well as a smokestack. The main building is a large rectangular four-story brick building with largely bricked-over segmented-arch window bays, and a five-story central tower. The mill was built in 1902 for the Chapman family, and was designed by the prominent regional mill architect W.B. Smith Whately. The mill was closed in 2001, and was for many years one of the city's major employers.