The Boudinot Southard Ross Farmstead consists of a complex of farm-related buildings located in a beautiful rural setting. These buildings include: a two and one-half story farmhouse: a mid-19th century bank barn; the carriage house; a potting shed; and a well house. The site was the home of Elias Boudinot, President of the Continental Congress and signer of the Treaty of Paris. It was also the home of Samuel Southard, acting Vice President, United States Senator and Secretary of the Navy. The current house, which appears to have been built in phases in the early mid-19th century and continuing into the 20th century, is an impressive example of colonial revival architecture. The site is operated by the Somerset County Park Commission.