The Lagassey Farm is a 162 acre property in Saint Agatha. The land was homesteaded by the Lagassey family starting in the mid-nineteenth century, and has been in their possession ever since. The long lot property contains approximately 91 acres of fields which have been historically sown to potatoes, hay, oats, and canola, 64 acres of wood lots, and the home site. The buildings within this small district include the 1946 Lagassey House, the 1916 Acadian-style Barn, a pre-1916 Acadian-style outbuilding, and a shed that was once part of the former, nineteenth-century farm house. The entire farm, which is still under cultivation, was listed in the National Register of Historic places for the manner in which it reflects broad patterns of agriculture within the Saint John Valley. The Lagassey Farm is also important for the Acadian style agricultural buildings, which are good examples of a regionally distinct style of architecture.