10. Gomez Mill House
Gomez Mill House was constructed in 1714, for Luis Moses Gomez. Gomez utilized the Fieldstone Blockhouse to conduct trade and maintain provisions on his 6,500-acre estate. The house would later be home to Wolfert Acker, a minuteman, who added a second story and attic to the house.
The house, which is the earliest known surviving Jewish house in the United States, has been restored to showcase its unique residents. The adjacent mill provides interesting paper-making demonstrations. As of this publication in December 2022, the home is currently closed to the public until further notice.