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Why Live Here?
Welcome to Oella Mill. They don't build 'em like this anymore. NOW LEASING! 30% of our apartment homes were leased in the first weekend. Oella Mill's 147 distinctive apartment homes represent a one-of-a-kind opportunity to live in modern luxury with genuine historic ambiance. Oella Mill is more than just a name. This beautiful 1918 building was once the largest textile mill in the country. Now The Residences at Oella Mill is an ensemble of incredible rental apartment homes that combine the best of old and new. The historic industrial structure has been carefully preserved and restored, while being outfitted with all the latest features and amenities, materials and finishes that define the modern luxury apartment community. Perched above the rapids of the Patapsco River, Oella Mill is within easy walking distance of historic Elliott City, Maryland, whose quaint streets brim with coffee shops, bakeries, restaurants, antique stores, and more. And Oella Mill is just off Route 29 and I-95, only eight miles from Baltimore, five miles from Columbia, and a short drive from Washington, DC.
  • Laundry
  • Concierge
  • Package Receiving
  • Door Attendant
  • On-site Management
  • Fitness Center
  • On-site Maintenance
  • Sundeck
  • Elevator
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Transportation
  • Clubhouse
  • Business Center
  • Parking
Pet Policy
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Building Information
  • Built: 1918
  • Units: 147
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 3 Months, 6 Months, 12 Months


About Ellicott City, MD

A bewitchingly historic, albeit unincorporated, 30-square-mile community in Maryland's Howard County, Ellicott City was founded by the industrious Ellicott brothers as a mill town in 1772. The five-block Old Town district holds state-designated \historic place\ status, and despite its lack of formal incorporation, Ellicott City is the county seat. A bit of an odd duck, with its mixture of historic urban and rural, English village-like neighborhoods, Ellicott City is a touristy town and one of Maryland's most affluent communities.