This vernacular, one-story, three-by-one bay wood shed has a stone foundation, clapboard siding, a broken gable roof with asphalt shingles and exposed rafter tails. Recessed porches on the southwest and southeast corners used for wood storage flank a central front gable end door and a four-pane window in the gable. The rear gable end fenestration consists of two irregularly spaced six-pane windows on the first floor and a smaller four-pane gable window. The east side has a four-pane window on the left and a simple plank door on the right. It is in good condition. This building was originally an ice house.
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