Large oaks shade the yard of this renovated early-1800s house. The original part of the house, a story-and-a-half structure, is one room deep and sits on a fieldstone foundation. The roof is steeply pitched, and photographs taken during a 1970s renovation appear to show the original section is a planked log house. On one side is a single-shouldered fieldstone chimney with a brick stack. William Williamson, a local resident, related that this is one of the several chimneys in the community that was built by a traveling group expert stonemasons.
The center of the Federal mantel in the main room of this original part is adorned with an intricately carved sunburst and side pilasters. Later in the 1800s, two rooms and a chimney was added. The mantel in one room shows architectural elements attributed to the Thomas Day workshop, while others rooms contain primitive mantels. The original entrance through double doors is no longer accessible.
A log stable to the north of the dwelling has several stalls with a loft for grain and hay storage. Early owners George Washington Williamson and his wife Araminta Mise Williamson are buried in the nearby family cemetery.
Currently operated as Breezy Oaks (Farmhouse) Bed and Breakfast, additions have greatly enlarged the facility to increase services for their guests. The property is owned by Gray Trent Williamson and her daughter Linda Williamson Zuniga, great-granddaughter of the Williamson’s.