This hand-hewed, timber framed barn measures 60 x 45 feet, with a large gambrel roof. It has clapboard and metal siding and steel roofing with lighting rods a stone foundation. The main-level floor has an area for a bartender and caterer to set up. From there you have access to the second level of the barn from an impressive staircase. Formerly farmed for apples, cider, cheese then later for dairy cows and small farms, the farm dates back to 1789 though there is evidence that it may have been built as early as October 1726. This century old barn has been restored, updated, wired throughout, inspected and fire marshal approved while retaining its original historic charm.