Wow - I can't tell you how much I'm in love with this -
A converted barn !
HOLY COW !!!!!!!! ( which is a very appropriate expression lol )
RIVER HILL RANCH
OH DEAR GOD - THIS NEXT VIEW IS ALMOST TOO MUCH FOR ME - STUNNING !
THIS MAKES ME INEXPLICABLY HAPPY
What do you think?
Does it make you want to do a little barn raising ?
And how on earth can I convince John we really should be living in a barn?
Have a wonderful day -
LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION?
JOIN ME AT THESE FABULOUS PARTIES !!!
THE CHARM OF HOME FRENCH COUNTRY COTTAGE
MY TURN FOR US MY ROMANTIC HOME
ONE MORE TIME EVENTS LIFE ON LAKESHORE DRIVE
I SHOULD BE MOPPING THE FLOOR BETWEEN NAPS ON THE PORCH
COASTAL CHARM A STROLL THRU LIFE
SAND & SISAL KATHE WITH AN E
SAVVY SOUTHERN STYLE
I am saving this! What a perfect home for retirement years! No steps, nice open, bright space, minimal boundaries and lots of space. What a beautiful, beautiful home. I think I'll start looking for a nice piece of property! Now I'm off to convince Ferdinand that we need to move to the country!ReplyDelete
Oh give me a home...ReplyDelete
Where the buffalo roam...
And the deer & the antelope play...
A little too rustic for me, but I love the soaring space and the old beams!
Wow. That is stunning. I love the veranda, the stone work, rafters, beams, sliding barn doors etc. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Great choice you move in I'll visit.ReplyDelete
Absolutely Love, Love this. It really has that rustic, country atmosphere to it.ReplyDelete
Simply adore all them windows to bring in all that nature light.
Yes, I would definitely love to live there. I like Everything about this place
Absolutely beautiful, nothing cookie cutter about it. Wonderful dream home for when the lottery win materializes! PattyReplyDelete
WOW! I can almost picture a half-dozen little buckaroos seated up on the kitchen stools while I cook up some cornbread and beans!
Yeehaw! Now that's a ranch house. Lol. I want a Dutch door and sliding barn doors. Sweet.ReplyDelete
Hey (or should I say 'hay'?) you could leave the doors open if you lived there, or at least that's what I'd assume since the saying, "What do you think you were born in a barn?" was always in response to me leaving a door open. :)ReplyDelete
I want this... but I want it as a vacation home I spend the winter in. Not too much to ask for, right?
That doesn't look like any barn I've ever seen. I have a love affair with barns and like to photograph them. Strangely enough, country living doesn't even appeal to me. A past life, maybe?ReplyDelete
Liked the idea that they up-cycled materials and used variety of original hardware that they save and restored from the buildings that they dismantled. They also reproduced a complete line of wrought iron hardware made by hand in their blacksmith shop using the ancient and original methods and tools that authentic iron hardware was made by.ReplyDelete
This is one of those rare cases when using sliding barn doors makes sense.ReplyDelete
I just noticed the bucket sink in the island. Love it!ReplyDelete
This is SO BEAUTIFUL!!!! <3ReplyDelete
What a beautiful home!!ReplyDelete
Wow! What a stunning home space! Hard to believe a barn could be something so posh.ReplyDelete
The windows, the sliding barn doors, the beams, the bucket sink...so many details to look at! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I know - it's hard to take it all in, isn't it ?Delete
Oh I would love to live in a barn...especially the one above. Just beautiful.ReplyDelete
This is absolutely stunning, a whole new meaning of being raised in barn for sure!!ReplyDelete
I could move right in that barn with no problem!! Thanks for sharing at Show and Share.ReplyDelete