The property contains numerous historic buildings including various barns, stables, outbuildings and an indoor equestrian riding arena. Currently, the property is serviced by well and septic systems which are in various states of disrepair. In 2010, the District Board of Commissioners approved a Master Plan for St. James Farm which designated improvements to the water and sewer infrastructure as a high priority project. The basic objective of this project involves providing potable water, fire suppression and improved sanitary service to the facilities located within the property north of Butterfield Road as to allow public occupancy of the various buildings. It is anticipated that Phase I engineering will be completed in spring 2014 with Phase II engineering being completed in late 2014.