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The remaining outbuildings on the Damonte Ranch represent varied uses. The play house (c. 1900) was most likely built for one of Peleg Brown's grandchildren. This tiny bungalow measuring 8 by 10 feet stands south of the main house within the enclosed yard. Also to the south, outside the yard and facing the old road, is the foreman's house (1860s), a modest one-and-one-half-story structure with a front-gable roof. A shed roof supported by square posts shelters the first floor of the main facade. Asphalt shingles cover original siding. The granary (1860s), behind the foreman's house, stands on a stone foundation measuring 16 by 25 feet. Tin lines the interior walls and floor to keep out rodents.
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