THE White Barn
Built in the late 1930s, this Sears “kit barn” was ordered from a catalog and shipped on a railcar, a common practice in the day. It serves as a home to our Farm animals and for agriculture storage.
The White Barn’s iconic “X” doors are a spectacular backdrop for a photographic shoot or outdoor event.
THE Red Barn
Built in the early 1900s, the Red Barn is a charming, picturesque structure with a large hay loft harkening back to the Farm’s earliest days. The Red Barn can seat 150 guests inside, or a total of 300 guests if the adjacent patio is used as well.
The Barn has been recently renovated with repurposed wood, in keeping with the Farm’s commitment to sustainable practices.
Originally designed by Native Americans, corn cribs were quickly adopted by early colonial settlers as means of preserving crops. This structure provides an idyllic ambiance for an outdoor bar, buffet line or ceremony site.
The guest house
The Guest House is a mid-century modern-style dwelling and event space, ideal for hosting dinner parties, workshops, and overnight Farm stays. For the latter, the space sleeps up to 6 guests.
The adjoining Patio is an intimate dining area, perfect for al fresco entertaining. It may be utilized in conjunction with the Guest House or separately. The Guest House offers indoor seating for up to 27 guests, and even more if the Patio is used as well.
Set amidst lush grass, our lush willow tree grove provides a natural canopy perfect for a romantic summer wedding or picnic.
Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Cedar Mountain to the west, the Paddocks are an open pastoral space ideal for a dusk wedding celebration.
The Guest House Patio is the perfect spot for alfresco entertaining.