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One early settler in what is now Chilmark, Massachusetts was Nathan Skiffe, who established a 50 acres (20 ha) sheep farm in 1686.The raising of sheep continued to be a major business in Chilmark into the 19th century, and his property continued to be used for that purpose by descendants and extended family members into the early 20th century.The main house is a 2-1/2 story wood frame structure, five bays wide, with a large central chimney and a gable roof.

It is owned and protected by English Heritage and managed by the Bradford on Avon Preservation Trust.The Barn is also a nostalgic place to host weddings, anniversaries, showers, class reunions, and office parties.Linger over a cup of coffee on the balcony, or enjoy an evening on the patio.A large building, 51 metres (168 feet) long by 10 metres (30 feet) wide, the barn originally formed part of a range of farm buildings grouped around an open rectangular yard.An attraction for visitors is the barn's interior, with its timber cruck roof supporting 100 tons of stone.Nestled next to the barn, the wagons are close enough to feel safe and far enough away to experience the magic of night time on the prairie.

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