This 1880s farmhouse was named for the Button family, the last farming occupants to own the property after World War II. The house is an American “Foursquare” meaning that all four sides are of equal length. The house has a total of 10 rooms including the attic and basement and was restored in 2015.

The ground floor space is used as an office, library, and a general store gift shop. The second floor serves as residential quarters for staff and includes a room for a future bed & breakfast.

Pictures of the Farm House

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