Here are two 1800’s English-framed barns at the same site with two very different finishes, . . . and wonderfully so. It takes on the form of a homestead with the main stone house and barn off to the side.
The main home is more finished with its sheet rocked walls, hardwood floors and is elegantly furnished with period pieces. The annex with all wood walls and stained concrete floor is rustic, casual, relaxing and ready for ping pong. The use of red aromatic cedar wood in each is unique, a darker wood yet it does not compete with the brown pine and hemlock frame.
|Now Restored In||Burnet, TX|
|Originally Built||Glen, NY|
|Barn Frame - A||32 x 45|
|1440 sq. ft.|
|Originally Built||Fultonville, NY|
|Barn Frame - B||27 x 28|
|756 sq. ft.|