This fieldstone house, located in Lower Saucon Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, was lived in by Johanne Frietrich and Anna Maria (Godhard) Frutschi and their family in the mid-1700s, during the Revolutionary War. It was used by the British to house Hessian mercenaries. The corner stones were formerly ships' ballast. Each window is a different size, the frames fixed with dowling. It is adjacent to County Line Road on the southern border of the county. Ed L. Starling stands in front.