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“When you’re working on something inexpensive and then decide you don’t like it, fine.
The Floating Farmhouse’s semitransparent addition has a roofline that matches the pitch of the original 1820s farmhouse.
A picnic table in a matching hue to the Stealth Barn rests between the two structures.
Seen from a distance, the farmhouse has a time-honored quality, though it’s still clearly a product of the 21st century.
"It only cost about $48,000 to build, which was incredibly cheap," says Turner of the Stealth Barn.
Four distinct structures make up the house.
Nicknamed the Floating Farmhouse, this 200-year-old home inspired one former copywriter to delve into architecture as a...
The architect chose granite for the house’s base, zinc for its roof, and Scandinavian pinewood for cladding—all...
Rent a Belgian Farm: Because who wouldn’t want to vacation in this lovely place? The Heerlijkheid van Marrem farm is...
The main entrance is on the house’s south side.
"Like the old farmhouses and barns of the Champlain Valley, the Foote Farm House has a clearly ordered wood frame on a...
Built by a crew of three, the home makes a virtue out of being unfussy and straightforward.
In the living room, a central hanging fireplace offers warmth and ambience without blocking the view to the valley...
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