The Stone Pillars Farm 1500 square foot barn has 4 large stalls, a hay loft for hoe-downs, and a shed addition with a 10 foot table.

· ABOUT ·

Stone Pillars Farm was built in 1860 as a “Gentleman’s” Horse Property for Sarah Davenport Bradlee, the wife of  Stephen Bradlee. After his untimely death, she remarried Jedidiah Atherton, who owned and operated the Atherton Inn just up the street. The property was also inhabited by the Swedish Consulate for a number of years and various horse-loving families in the years following to present day.

 

The Payne family has lived on the farm since 2000, which is near the towns of Dedham, Needham, Dover, Quincy, Westwood, Norwood and Chestnut Hill, MA, and has provided a home for numerous horses during that time. The decision to open up their farm was out of the desire to share with others the incredible bond between horses and humans… and exposure to the world of these magnificent creatures.

 

Stone Pillars Farm

165 Atherton Street

Milton, Massachusetts 02186

The Stone Pillars Farm 1500 square foot barn has 4 large stalls, a hay loft for hoe-downs, and a shed addition with a 10 foot table.
The Stone Pillars Farm 1500 square foot barn has 4 large stalls, a hay loft for hoe-downs, and a shed addition with a 10 foot table.
The Stone Pillars Farm 1500 square foot barn has 4 large stalls, a hay loft for hoe-downs, and a shed addition with a 10 foot table.