The Betty House, built as a home by William and Betty Yeaton
when they settled here in the early 1800s, was later converted
to a tool shed which is now filled with glass, china, tin,
wood, iron, and many items commonly found in homes of the
past. The Carriage House is now fill of picture frames, books,
and other miscellaneous items. The Cider House, where barrels
of cider were once produced, now houses a large collection
of trunks, as well as furniture in need of repair or refinishing.
The large barn, once a shelter for farm animals, now has furniture,
loads of chairs, and a room filled with tools (a spot that
has long been a favorite of collectors and decorators who
continue to use the tools of early craftsmen).