Coomber Hall, a remodeled dairy barn, retains the same architectural features that characterized it in the days when it was the center of a 550-acre dairy operation. Built in the early 1900s by John Richard McMillen, the barn was remodeled in 1968 by the Coombers and since that time has served as a school of music and dance.
The renovated milking parlor has a sprung dance floor (3,000 square feet) and small stage. Limited kitchen facilities are available. There is ample parking. This property is eligible for the National Register of Historical Places. Coomber Hall is available for all types of functions, including weddings, corporate meetings and family reunions.