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Nestled deep in the mountains, resides this jewel of American history. Originally built in Glen, New York before the Revolutionary war, this beautiful hand-hewn, timber-frame quaker home now serves as a peaceful getaway and ranch headquarters. With views of The Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the distance, and surrounded by wagons from the original homestead, it looks right at home in the rugged beauty of Colorado.

Before Restoration
Barn Profile
Originally Built circa 1770
  in Glen, NY
Now Restored In Alamosa, CO
Dimensions 20 x 33
  660 sq. ft.
Eave Height 13"8'
Photography DK Sun