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Nestled in a hemlock grove in the Catskill Mountains, this barn home conversion is a real gem. Sometimes it does not work to combine so much wood as this barn has into a restoration, but it has worked wonderfully in this case. The uncluttered furnishing with fine early American pieces (right down to an original blacksmith forge) adds to the quality of this fine project. The massive swing beam is a centerpiece and the hand-hewing of this hemlock and pine frame speaks of the care and craftsmanship of the early settlers who built it.

Barn Profile
Originally Built circa 1820
  in Central Bridge, NY
Now Restored In Hancock, NY
Dimensions 30 x 45
  1350 sq. ft.
Eave Height 15