This property consists of a large dilapidated barn, a boarded house, two garages, two sheds and a silo.
It was occupied for many years, and only recently became vacant in the month of January 2016, likely because the basement was severely flooded. The house is inaccessible, but the barn and silo have entry points-- and are home to a number of interesting artifacts such as antique tricycles, free weights, file cabinets, cages, records and lobster traps. Definitely worth checking out if you're in the area.
Edit: Recently made a trip back to the property. Some of the items from the barn have gone missing, I found a notice from Hydro One stating their power has been shut off.
Edit 2: Currently in the process of being demolished.