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?
|Originally Built||circa 1830|
|in Berne, NY|
|Now Restored In||Celina, TX|
|Dimensions||36 x 48|
|1728 sq. ft.|
|Owned by||Light Farms|
|Architect||Larson & Pedigo Architects 214.939.0995|
|Mesa Design Group 214.871.0568|