Note: no site plans.
"Survey of a Two Story Stone House situate on the East side of Germantown main street (and nearly opposite to where an engine is Kept) belonging to Charles Macknet. Dimensions 42 feet front and 36 feet Deep. The Lower story hath breasts [?]urbase, washboards, and one Room hath Cornice round it. The second story is similar only two Rooms hath cornice round Garrets plastered and two Trap Doors, Inch floors & Winding stairs. Kitchen 36 by 17 feet 6 two stories high the Lower floor paved with Brick and otherwise finished as customary the Chambers washboards and windows cased. One chimney hath marble."
Survey of Charles Macknet's Two Story Stone Barn, Situate back on the Northeasterly side of Germantown, between the six & seven mile stone. Dimensions 28 feet 6 inches by 48 feet 6 inches. First or Lower Story, in 5 parts, 2 as Horse Stables, 8 plain rough stalls, Racks & mangers; 1 part a Cow stable, 2 plain rough stalls, Racks & mangers; 1 part a Fodder room; the other part a threshing floor. No part plaister'd, floor rough heart pine plank. Second Story, a Loft or Mow a Common floor rough soft pine bds. The internal framing same as Barns usually are.
"Chair & Strawhouse Stone Two Stories high, 14 feet by 32 feet. First Story open below in front on stone piers, Earth floor. Second Story Loft as common, floor rough soft pine bds.
"At the southeast end of the Barn is a Waggon Shed, one story high 2 sides Stone, one side Frame & boarded. The front open, Dimensions 15 feet by 28 feet 6 inches, Earth floor.
"Northwest end a Two Story frame Barn & Stable. No other buildings adjoining."