In 1936 Shutze designed a final garden element to the house - a labyrinth in the front west lawn that formed May Patterson Goodrum’s initials, as well as the final support building for the estate: “Little House”, a cottage for May’s housekeeper, Clara Cody. Placed just off the drive at the westernmost part of the property, the house is a clapboard sided structure and colonial in appearance. After Clara’s death in 1947, it became a guest cottage.