Relationship to surroundingsThe bank barn (Barn I) is located on a 1.17-acre parcel in the interior of the block bounded on the south by Woodland Street, on the north by Westerly Street, and on the east by Regent Street. This property, mainly mid-block, has narrow extensions to both Woodland and Westerly Streets. A second interior parcel to the east contains a small 1-story gambrel barn (Barn II) with a pair of paneled hinged doors in its west gable-end, a hay door above, and a hip-roofed cupola with a weather vane. A small concrete masonry shed is northwest of Barn II. To the east of the main bank barn is a new house constructed in 2004. East of the property there is an abandoned rail right-of-way and scattered industrial uses, probably dating from the time of the rail access. Most of the nearby area has been built out with residential subdivisions of the late 20th century, a mix of modest single family houses and garden apartments. The center of Manchester, at the intersection of Routes 6/44 and Main Street, is nearby to the southeast.