The Baker family has owned this large, diversified farm since 1918. Set high above U.S. 42 and largely hidden from view in the summer months, the Baker House is a fine example of a late-19th-century I-house.
Extending across the front is an ornate Eastlake spindlework porch. The rear ell is sheltered by double galleries; the upper porch retains its original flat-sawn ornamentation. Several significant outbuildings remain on the farm, including three timber-frame barns.