Exploring a Historic Abandoned Farmhouse in Ohio | Red Brick Colonial
Today we stumbled across this historic abandoned farmhouse in Ohio. It once had a huge wrap-around porch, 4 chimneys, and a ton of character.
The county lists this abandoned farmhouse as built in 1919 but the building techniques, including post and beam, lead us to believe it could be much older. There are many buildings on the property. It was a successful farm in its day. New home developments are slowly encroaching on this spectacular, over 100 year old, property. The brick house is covered with moss and ivy. This farm is located in Wayne County, Ohio which no longer exists. The county was made part of the surrounding counties. We believe the farm may be named the Kittredge’s Farm but historical records are not readily available. The feed ad we found in the farmhouse could actually be for this property.
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