No. 2 The Horton Barn
Barn Type : Yankee barn, Continuous style
Built about : 1840
Yankee style horse barn with board and batten siding connected to carriage barn on right and house (with addition) on the left. This whole complex is an example of the continuous style of building. It is situated in the hamlet of Hortonville named after the original settler family. The house was built for Warren Horton who introduced the steam powered sawmill to the area. It manufactured chair legs sold across New England.