The Bedens Brook Road Bridge, maintained by Somerset County, is a single-arch, random-rubble stone structure built across a tributary of Bedens Brook. Its construction date is unknown but it is thought to have been constructed in the latter part of the 19th century. The bridge is remarkably intact, retaining its stonework, arch, wing walls and parapets (the low walls along the outside edge of the bridge). It is 20 feet long with a roadway of 16-and-a-half feet. The arch section of the bridge stands six feet high from the stream bed to the top of the arch.