The Carriage House/Stable on the Adams-Fairview Bonanza Farm near Wahpeton North Dakota has a discernible L-shaped volume complicated by roof projections and a wide variety of window types. The north wing is a two-story gabled space with horse stalls and joins the one story hipped-roof carriage house along the axis. The intersection of the two sections contains a mechanic's shop with access to a milking parlor, storage room, and hostler's quarters. A leafless tree can be seen to the left of the photograph, as can the roof line of the barn to the back of the carriage house.
The Adams-Fairview Bonanza farm site, located south of the section road in Section 27, Mooreton Township, originally extended into a parcel opposite the road in section 22. William P. Adams, son of co-founder John Quincy Adams, moved claim shanties and homestead shacks to the Southeast quarter of Section 22 to establish what was to become the headquarters of the Adams-Fairview Farm. The site listed in the National Register of Historic Places consists of the original residence, a carriage house and stable, a barn, granary, well house, outhouse and various out buildings. The farm was listed in the National Register of Historic Places 1990/11/20.