No. 30 The Dickerman Barns
Barn Type : bank and continuous
Built about: 1885
The bank barn is a 2-½ level barn with a steeply pitched gable roof, surmounted by a hipped roof cupola with louvered sides.
Note: hoist at the gable end and double leaf doors, which open into the hayloft; stone basement opening at field level.
Built about: 1880
A carriage barn links the house with the bank barn. This is regarded by Vermont Historic Preservation Division as an ”outstanding example of the continuous building style” found on northern New England farms.
The farm was first cleared and settled by Isaac Dickerman, a descendant of Samuel Dickerman one of the town’s first settlers. He served as Mount Holly’s representative to the state legislature.