Built in 1805 as a somewhat lower structure for sheep, the barn was enlarged by Mennonites who bought the property when the Harmonists moved to Indiana. Mennonite farmers extended the roof upward to accommodate the mounds of loose hay needed for their animals. It retains its early 1800s rustic character and the charming interior can be seen by appointment. It is a popular location as a rental for parties, events and weddings.
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