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The Barn is approximately 110 yards north-northwest of the main structure, The Nest. This building measures 20’ by 26’ and is a single-story, wood frame, gable roofed barn. The structure is divided into three units by eave height wood partitions. The north section has a dirt floor and a large uncovered opening on the east wall that suggest it was used to house livestock. The center section has a wide opening on the west side covered by a sliding wood door and a brick-paved floor probably used to park farm vehicles. The south portion appears to be a workroom with a floor of concrete slabs, pump equipment, and built-in shelves and storage cabinets. There is an area of extant corral that connects to the barn and is delineated using an early sketch map discovered of the site.