The Barnhart Rice Homestead, sometimes called the Stone House, was built in the 1820's from hand-hewn sandstone ashlar blocks quarried only a couple hundred yards from where it stands. The homestead is one of the very best surviving examples of German vernacular architecture that exists within Wayne County. Restoration and preservation of the Barnhard Rice Homestead is underway. The home has been restored to the time when it was constructed. Perfect for family or corporate gatherings. This venue features a farmhouse dining room table for 12 and a small adjacent breakfast room that seats 6. The living room seats up to 20. The working kitchen is perfect for your catering needs.
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