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Built in the 1920s, this building was designed as a barn to milk cows in. It still retains the drainage system in the concrete floor and most of the original antique glass in the windows. The updated air conditioned milking area has been converted to studio space. The feed and hay supply rooms have been updated with wood floors and are currently used as gallery and museum space.
Martha Russell and her 5 small children called this home when they moved in on Christmas Eve 1877. Then, it was only 3 rooms. Since then it has been expanded to now include a living room, library, formal dining room, 2 large bedrooms and a master bedroom suite with fireplace and large sitting area. The original 3-room house is the central core of the farm house today. Guided tours of the Russell-Boren House are available. Call Russell Farm to make a reservation.
Russell Farm Art Center Gallery
Used as a gallery space, this building also has a full kitchen and an apartment for visiting artists. For more about the Russell Farm Art Center, go to the 501(c)(3) website.