HISTORIC ROOP'S MILL. This property is located within the corporate boundaries of Westminster and is known as "Roop's Mill," a historic site that is ready for revitalization. The original three-story mill, circa 1795 was rebuilt in 1816 and includes some of the mill related equipment from various periods in the 19th and 20th century. The David Roop house which is a stone dwelling constructed in 1825 sits adjacent to the mill and is captivating but in need of restoration. The additional structures include the log cooper's shed (now a tenant house), large two-part timber frame bank barn, 2 silos, corn crib, wagon shed, a smaller barn, suspension bridge and other miscellaneous outbuildings. Please look closely at all the photos including the one showing the approximate location of all the structures provided by the National Historic Registry. Additionally, the complete Historic Registry Document detailing the history of this amazing property is available online. The property has significant road frontage on route 140, is located within the R-10,000 zoning district of the city of Westminster, has public sewer and private well water and is on both sides of Medow Branch Creek. Potential uses: 4-h property, small subdivision, Airbnb, agriculture, investment, etc. Please do not visit the property without an appointment.