Properties | 1803 Ridge Road
This home was built circa 1890 in the vernacular style. There are five bedrooms upstairs and many small rooms downstairs. In the basement are log beams with the bark still on them.
Many outbuildings remain including a goat barn and a large barn from the 1920s that replaced the original barn which had burned down. The original farm was 10.42 acres. At one time the farm had grown to over 81 acres but it is now 10.4 acres. Four generations of the Verdine-Braman family lived on the farm. The Braman family donated 71 acres to Genesee Valley Land Trust.
In the early years, this farm had different names: Locust Hill Farms, Union Hill, and Union Hill Goat farm. It was also a lawn and garden store housed in the big barn. At one point, it was a Simplicity Dealer store.