This early nineteenth century barn was renovated with minimum change in structure or footprint. Originally a stone bank barn with stables and paddock facing south on the lower level and a large hayloft on the upper level, it has been transformed into a residence that celebrates the simple form, openness, and stone and wood finishes of the original structure.
All interior structural framing walls were left in place, while beams were selectively removed and reinforced to incorporate a new second floor that accommodates two bedrooms including a master bedroom, two bathrooms, study, dressing area, and closets … READ MORE.
Materials: WORMWOOD Reclaimed Chestnut and HERITAGE Reclaimed Oak
PHOTO CREDIT: © Jeffrey Totaro Photography, 2013