The property also includes the remains of a springhouse which is believed at one time to be used in conjunction with the cooking and smoking of food for the main house. A stone barn stood a short distance away from the main building that was later renovated into a three car garage. In 1983, the Videon's converted the garage into a two story cottage-type building to facilitate the funeral business.
In the late 1980's, as the funeral business increased, a 30-by-40 foot addition was built on the first floor. This structure is made of stone which matches the original exterior of the home. The inside compliments the original home with deep windowsills, high baseboards, and an original looking fireplace. With the remodeling and additions being kept in the 18th century period, modern conveniences such as air conditioning and lighting, as well as safety features, permit modern usage.
While the Gibson's maintained the second floor of the building for their residence, the Videons lived in their home in Newtown Square. The living area remains on the second floor with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, dining room, and two bathrooms. Two rooms were converted into offices for the funeral home staff.
The funeral business has been owned and operated since 2000 by Frank and Edna's son, David T. Videon who, with his wife, Lynn, acquired the property in 2013. They continue to operate both the business and the property in the tradition established by Frank and Edna Videon.