3 story Bank-Barn built circa 1800
Listed on the National Registry of Historical Barns
Our farm facility is truly unique in today’s modern world. It has been historically verified that construction began in 1754. The Homestead, the colonial home that is at the main farm gate, was one of the stagecoach stops between Boston and Montreal, a one room school house, the Birthing room for the local women, and a County Poor Farm with widows, orphans and prisoners. The large main barn is a rare bank barn which dates to the late 1700’s. The farm was originally deeded to a veteran of the French and Indian War.
Indoor arena for riding and driving. 72′ x 200′. Beginner rider and carriage friendly; carefully blended and maintained stone dust that is significantly dust free and totally stone free.