A former rural community with no known name. At this intersection sits an abandoned farmhouse, a repurposed church, and a cemetery.
The abandoned farmhouse looks like it may have potential, but is completely boarded up at all ground floor windows and doors, although the upper floor windows are not boarded, and some are broken. The surrounding farmland is still in use, as is the metal barn located just behind the house.
The church is now a private residence, which retains its original look, and was likely a key meeting place of the community when it was built. I was hoping someone would be home that could give us some history of this place.
The cemetery contains the remains of local folks from the pioneer era to a more recent time. I am not sure if the cemetery is still open to fresh burials, or has been closed. Most of the gravestones are spread out over the large area of the burial grounds.