This Italian Villa - style house, built in 1853-55 for Isaac Lockwood, is unusually stylish for a farmhouse. Built of Ionia brick, the house has eighteen-inch-thick walls. During the 1930s the house served as a chicken coop and granary and, while owned by Henry and Mary Parker in the 1960s, it survived two tornados. Meticulously restored during the 1990s, the house retains many of its original interior features, including fireplace mantels, paneled windows and a cherry staircase. The house was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1994.