This is typically the most overlooked structure in this national register property but this is where all of the farm's produce was stored after it was taken off of the trees.
Most recently this small structure was repurposed to house automobiles but at the time of its construction, such things did not exist.
Instead, one must imagine this shed filled to the brim with crates and barrels full of cherries, peaches, apples and pears.
At the time of Sgt. Ezra's death, his farm was producing 1,250 bushels of apples from 320 apple trees over 8 acres, and on 3 acres were 360 peach trees, yielding 50 bushels of peaches.