The unique Rock Mill sits on approximately seven acres in the foothills of Farmington, Utah. The breathtaking views and quiet solitude surround the immaculately restored Mill and adjoining structures. The Rock Mill, also known as Richards Grist Mill, is the most significant LDS historical property in private hands. The property was originally deeded to Willard Richards in the 1840's and was later owned by Franklin D. Richards when the current Mill was built from 1857 to 1860. It was designed and built by the principle Mill Wright for the early Mormon pioneers - Frederick Kessler - upon orders from church President Brigham Young. The Rock Mill has been restored and includes a large master bedroom and bathroom, a gourmet kitchen for entertaining and several additional rooms and bathrooms. The approximately 7 acre horse property also includes a 5,600 square foot studio building with a meeting hall and offices, as well as caretaker’s quarters. There truly is nothing like it in the area. A rare opportunity to own a piece of history while being able to live on and enjoy the grounds, views and landscape of one of Utah’s most unique estates.