Stone Bank Barn
The Stone Barn is a double-decked bank barn built c. 1800 with 3 foot thick stone walls and slate roof. The lower level contains shelter for animals and holds feed troughs. The 2nd & 3rd levels held seed bins, hay mows, corn cribs and chutes. Wagons and equipment could be stored in the 65 foot long open space on the third level. Corn stored in the cribs on that level could be slid down chutes and loaded into wagons backed into the second level. Some of the bins were built from virgin boards as wide as 20 inches. The current owners even use this great bank barn for parties and line dancing.