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This 1830’s barn was moved from New York and re-purposed as a community center at a community outside Dallas, Texas. I marvel when I see the sign that says the community was founded in “2012”. And now it is “2014.” This New York barn has indeed gotten a new lease on life and is starting all over again in . . . Texas.

This restoration is stunning from the stained concrete floors to the contemporary light fixtures and furnishings to the date a farm boy wrote on a beam on a lazy, hot summer day in “June 1902”. Do you think he could ever have imagined that his handiwork would someday be read by passersby in Texas?

Before Restoration
Barn Profile
Originally Built circa 1830
  in Berne, NY
Now Restored In Celina, TX
Dimensions 36 x 48
  1728 sq. ft.
Eave Height 22
Owned by Light Farms
Architect Larson & Pedigo Architects 214.939.0995
Mesa Design Group