The Red Barn Farm was formally known as the Cooper Dairy Farm and was established in 1907 by Walter Cooper, uncle of the famous actor Gary Cooper. The dairy farm operated for over 60 years before switching to beef cattle in the late 1960s. The farmstead encompasses a gambrel-roofed hay barn built in 1925, followed by a grain silo and milk barn built in 1953. The barn was recently restored as it was in a state of eminent collapse. The renovated historic barn and farm are available to rent for events. The 100 year old heirloom apple orchard is being lovingly restored by budding the old trees to new rootstock and officially the 1st two acres are complete. Working towards an organic certification the farm is currently raising hens and has seasonal produce along with selling farm fresh eggs year round. We currently have 8 hives with hope to expand and harvest honey twice a year. The barn is a King County designated historic landmark as well as being listed a heritage barn in the state of WA.