Spring Mills Historic District
|Location||Portions of Hammonds Mill Rd. and Harlan Spring Rd., "Martinsburg, West Virginia|
|Area||28 acres (11 ha)|
|Architectural style||Greek Revival, Federal|
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|Added to NRHP||April 15, 2004|
Spring Mills Historic District is a national "historic district located near "Martinsburg, "Berkeley County, West Virginia. It encompasses five contributing buildings, constructed between about 1790 and 1922, and two contributing sites. They include the Falling Waters Presbyterian Church (1834) and Manse (1922) and Stephen Hammond Mill (c. 1790), Miller's House (c. 1790), and Spring House (c. 1800). The buildings are of masonry construction. The sites are the Falling Waters Presbyterian Church Cemetery and the site of Dr. Allen Hammonds House.
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