The Wold Farm features a 1932 gambrel roof barn with horizontal wood siding. The structure was originally a dairy barn on the first floor and open design in the hay loft. The milking stalls on the interior of the barn are intact, but in recent decades, the lower floor of the barn has been used to house sheep and hogs. The property also features a 1908 residence, a 1932 chicken coop, a machine shed (also built in 1932 but originally housed draft horses), a milk house, and several newer outbuildings. Edgar Wold grew up on this farm, which was owned by his father.