This is Cox Mill or H. L. Cox Mill, a pastiche of old, 19th century, and newer, 20th century, pieces. Parts of the foundation look old, with a worn grinding stone embedded in one area of the stonework. It’s in Scott County on Hwy. 619 (Alley Valley Road) about a quarter mile north of the intersection with 664.
I have read that the big wheel came from a mill further up Alley Valley Road, so the millstone may also have come from there. In 1973, this mill was listed as in operation, with the owner, a Cox, living there. It’s hard to see in this picture, but on the building side of the big wheel is a smaller, geared wheel that appears to have been the one that sources note as proving electricity to the home.
The place is totally abandoned and trashed. A shame, really, since the home must have been comfortable; albeit damp…and cold as Great Claus’s nose in the winter.