Hoop en Verwachting mill - Borssele
De Hoop en Verwachting is a wooden octagonal ground sail of the Zeeland type. This mill is beautifully painted in yellow, green and white dating from 1714. This mill was built on site on February 27th, 1714 after the windmill was blown over by the post mill. The municipality of Goes was the owner of the Borsselse polder from 1616 and kept space for the construction of a flour mill when it was designed. In De Hoop en Verwachting, parts of the blown over post mill were used during construction. The mill was completely restructed in 1932 and 1963. As the current owner of the mill, the municipality of Borsele had another restoration carried out in 1984.