The one-and-one-half-story, wood-frame barn stands at the northeast corner of the property adjacent to a corral and a hay yard and across from the warehouse-shop. Covered with drop siding and measuring 31 by 18 feet, it features a large door with cross braces painted in green. A hay door pierces the gable above.
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