After proposed development adjacent to the Molly Berry Plantation, located in Prince George’s County, Maryland, an architectural assessment of a small, frame tenant structure was required. This assessment included a physical description of the structure and the development of preservation options. It is believed that the structure may have served as a servant/slave or tenant quarters from the mid-nineteenth through early-twentieth centuries. However, the structure is overall lacking decorative architectural details which suggest this is  a functional and secondary structure. Due to the severely deteriorated condition of the structure, recording the building’s construction method and materials by a meticulous controlled demolition was recommended.