If a real estate agent told you that a home's previous inhabitants left the house in pig-sty shape, you might hesitate, but still take a peek (especially for a deal). But if the home used to literally house livestock? That sounds a like a dealbreaker — but this stunning reno is a clear exception to the rule.
What once was a 1950's cowshed has been converted into an that embraces a striking minimalist charm. An exposed oak frame wraps the structure's original steel beams to warm up the exterior, and the inside boasts a new open floor plan (a trend two-legged mammals love these days, but we're sure the cows wouldn't have minded it either).
The family-friendly layout opens up to large courtyard (and six green acres beyond that). Of course, not all that was old is new again. An eye-catching original clock and concrete window frames were among items salvaged for the update. Have barnyard daydreams piqued your interest? The home is currently for about $2.9 million.
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