"This luxurious new timber frame home awaits your finishing preferences!" Really, just a few weekends of To Do lists and you're all set.Found by Lois. Hi Mom!
Why the heck are there rocks/tiles up on the scaffolding? Were they paving the ceiling? O_OI have a sudden suspicion that the previous owner died of blunt trauma to the skull...
In a Vermont Winter, how much will it cost to heat this sucka with all its dead air space? Gak!
I've seen some interesting ceiling fans, but that looks to be actual airplane propellers up in the barn.Wow....
I could live happily in the barn.
*sigh* I love this site.
I guess they're paving it so you can use the house any way up
look at the wall on the right side of the photo, jen - they're covering the walls in rock facing.
My finishing preference is livable, thank you very much.
Yeah, Holly, I spotted that right after posting. Of course, I do still assume the owner is tragically, comedically dead. ;)
what probably happened is that there were three floors and the two upper ones collasped in rebellion of having to share that space.
I'm thinking the barn house is only intended as housing for the deaf. How else will anyone sleep in that loft bedroom, with a basketball court on the main floor and a full drum set directly underneath?
up to your own "finishing preferences"....how kind of them to leave it open for the buyer.... :)
Thornfield Hall!!Wait, isn't a Timber House built of wood? And this one is a stone house of some sort! Wrong little pig...I'd be interested to know what this house does sell for... I'd give $5M, because of the 32 acres.
Hot Belly Mama, I have to agree - the plans DO describe a 'sunken loft'...--Wow, a barn that you can't put horses in, very useful...3 bedrooms, 5 baths, 18 rooms? And not one formal dining room, just an eat in kitchen. The plans are nearly 10 years old, too...
I love it! Really. I find it strangely appealing. I would make the barn into a dance club!
Isn't this the house they burned down in the OC?
Most I find amusing. But looking at this one, seeing all the love and fine craftsmanship the owner put into this house, it is almost heartbreaking that he cannot finish it. That barn is a dream come true! I'd move there in a heartbeat!
If I could afford it I would buy that in a heartbeat. I love it, but it is a little beyond by price range especially with the amount of work that still needs to be done. But seriously, I love it too!
I love the design, very post WWII London!
If I could afford it's taxes, let alone it...and lived in Vermont...this is the first home I've seen on this blog where my thought after reading the listing was "A couple weekend projects and this would be a beautuful property" vs. "WTF?" (I'm pretty sure those stones are/were to finish off the look of a stone fireplace/chimney, but that's just my guess)
beautiful place. something tells me maybe the owner is a little over-extended...?
Yep, just a few weekends and this place is all mine! (Talk about the king of unfinished projects!)
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