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This huge, 1850’s hay barn has been restored as a multi-leveled mountain top barn-style home in the Smokey Mountains of northern North Carolina. The barn’s unique system of original built-in ladders has been worked into the final floor plan of the barn home and can be used by the owners or their more adventurous guests to access the different lofts. The huge glass walls and clean lines help to accent the historic frame while still lending a modern feel to the completed barn home.

Before Restoration
Barn Profile
Originally Built circa 1850
  in Central Bridge, NY
Now Restored In Atlanta, GA
Dimensions 40 x 70
  2800 sq. ft.
Eave Height 24
Architect Summerour & Associates Architects