Tour the Ayres/Knuth Farm 


The Smoke House

Approximately thirty yards to the northwest of the main house is a small stone smoke house.(Photograph 10) One of the oldest buildings on the property, it dates from the early 19th century. It is roughly seven feet square and is constructed of semi-dressed fieldstones laid in a bed of friable lime mortar. An unpainted board and batten door is located on the east elevation, and the low-pitched gable roof is currently comprised of rotting rafters covered with plywood.

The Smoke House in 2016.

The Outhouse

Chicken Coops

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.