Michel Le Brun was also responsible for the design of the carriage house at the western edge of the property, just above the southwestern comer of the house. The carriage house is a two-story structure, rectangular in plan, with wide stable doors. It was designed with horse stalls, harness and tack room, and space for two carriages on the ground level. A hay room and a caretaker’s apartment are located on the second level. A picturesque cupola, providing ventilation to the second floor hay room below, crowns the carriage house roof.
The caretaker of the property, commonly referred to by members of the Shultz family as “the man about the place,” lived in the apartment on the second floor of the carriage house. This small dwelling, sharing the second floor hay loft, contained two bedrooms, one full bath, hall, and a kitchen/living room area. This apartment has since been renovated.