Tour the Ayres/Knuth Farm
Located approximately 70 feet south of the house is the four-seater privy that was in use until Frank Knuth died in 1990. This small building dates to the early part of this century, and according to one family member, was constructed with materials from an earlier outhouse that it replaced. The foundation is of random rubble stone, the gable roof is covered with asphalt shingles and the exterior is clad with well-weathered, lapped horizontal siding. Beaded boards, pointed white, line the interior walls, and a fixed, four-light window is located in the south elevation.
The Outhouse in 2016.
The Tenant House
The Smoke House
Donate to the Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation
All donations of money and materials are tax deductible under the private, non profit status provisions of US IRS code 501(3) and are used in their entirety for the Ayres/Knuth Farm, Denville, New Jersey.