The carriage house is currently used as the interpretive center for the Christie Home.
It's original function was, of course, to house the carriage on the main floor, the horses and cow were kept in the lower level (accessed by a ramp to the west), and the upper level was storage for hay, grain, and, when it was no longer needed for hay, miscellaneous items (some are shown below). The hayloft and lower level are not open to the public.
All tours begin in the carriage house which holds the original blueprints of the home, numerous photos of the Christie family, and a large duck decoy collection, which was donated by Donald Christie.
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