Over two hundred years ago, when George Washington was president, Captain Kinne, along with his wife and children, started the farm. Over the course of two generations, it grew into a large and prosperous homestead and included grain farming, timber, quarrying, operation of a small mill, and other enterprises as well. Today, several remaining small and large outbuildings are still standing. They include barns, a smokehouse, a millhouse, and a corn crib among others. Our guests are free to roam around the spacious grounds and explore these treasured pieces of history.