Thales Yeaton also built the Yeaton-Walsh House at about the same time. Located on the southern side of the lot, the building was rented to local workers involved with the merchant trade, like craftsmen, seamen, and laborers. Michael Walsh was a sawyer – he was employed to saw wood – and lived here around 1850.
The Yeaton-Walsh House has not been restored. Its front lawn borders Puddle Lane and is a pleasant spot for a picnic.
Unfortunately, I have not found a single photograph that shows this property before Strawbery Banke purchased it.