Mendenhall Mill subdivision in High Point, NC, has a rich history. Named after James Mendenhall, a Quaker from Pennsylvania, it was established in the 18th century when James moved to North Carolina. The area was known for its mills and house built by James and his sons, which have since been submerged by High Point City Lake. Notable features included a gristmill, sawmill, and other mills. The area, having evolved over time, now offers modern amenities and is close to various shopping, dining, and entertainment options..