This large three-bay, square ruled New England barn (the more easterly of the two on the property) is traditionally thought to be from the second quarter of the 18th century or earlier. The gable entry form suggests that the barn may have been built closer to ca. 1810. In addition to this the barn contains two interesting features. It is scribe-ruled, making it one of only a handful of barns found during the intitial survey to be layed out in this manner. It is also assembled in an unconventional way. It appears to be an example of what English architectural historians call "reverse assembly."Regardless of its age, it is an important example of a surviving barn complex in an area where this type of survival is relatively rare.