This farm and others on both sides of Rauch Road were settled by members of the Rauch family, made up of Pennsylvania Germans. The symmetrical, side-gabled, classical box-type Rauch farmhouse is arranged with a central hall and stairs flanked by rooms two deep. It is built of coursed limestone blocks on the front and coursed limestone rubble on the side and rear walls, with corner quoins and window headers. The central entrance has top- and sidelights and a protective gabled porch. The gable-roofed cattle barn rests on a limestone foundation, its hay loft overhanging on the south. Kinsey reportedly laid the stone in the walls of this house.
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