We'd be proud to say we were raised in a barn, if we'd grown up in one of these properties.
This breathtaking 21,998-square-foot barn mansion is on the market for $19.5 million—just wait until you .
This was built to look like a rustic converted barn.
This renovated Pennsylvania barn is the ultimate summer hangout spot–the 1,100-square-foot space has been divided into rooms for functions like cooking, dining, and gathering.
Country music star Ronnie Dunn, half of the duo Brooks and Dunn, searched for years to find the perfect property to pursue his hobbies: fishing, hiking, and horseback riding. He finally found it in Tennessee, where he built this barn-inspired structure. .
on season 3 of Fixer Upper, this barn-turned-living space (aka "") in Lacey Lakeview, Texas has experienced its after it was turned into a vacation rental following its HGTV appearance. , it placed back on the market; it's .
The picturesque farmland surrounding the small town of state is known for its rolling hills and beautiful barns—in fact, it's a . Some of the most photographed barns in the region are the in Uniontown and the red Palouse Country Barn (pictured here).
, was converted into a stunning home in 2006. Located in Durham, CT, the16.9 acre property includes a pool and a pond. .
Built in the early 1900s and set against the stunning backdrop of Grand Teton National Park, the T.A. Moulton Barn in Wyoming is one of the country's most notable historic barns—and the most photographed, .
After a move from New York to Connecticut, this run-down 1860s barn was given new life. found this 1860s barn in Albany, New York through , then took the barn apart piece by piece, bringing everything down to Greenwich, Connecticut where it was transformed into a stunning guest house. .
Looking for a beautiful barn to tie the knot in? East Coast cool meets West Coast sunshine at ' whitewashed barn, located just a few hours north of Los Angeles.
This former dairy barn in Parkton, MD boasts exposed post-and-beam framing, four spacious bedrooms, and a silo! .
All of the wood used in the conversion from practical barn to roomy five-bedroom retreat was sourced from the 31 acres that it sits on in Willard, WI. .
This country home has ruined red barns for us — because it's so beautiful. Built in 1900, this 6,000-square-foot residence (which we spotted on ) is three stories tall and full of quirks, starting with the home's first level which was once a hay loft. .
Even though it's just 840 square feet, this converted barn—located by a lake in McKinney, Texas—seems unassuming, !
Outfitted with windows overlooking a pond, this 2,880-square-foot dwelling in Holland Township, NJ is one barn we'd proudly say we were raised in. .
This bucolic abode in New York's Hudson Valley is one of our favorite converted barns. Brimming with elegant and rustic decor, the home is exactly what we envision when we picture a weekend escape to the countryside. .
is a waterfront, outdoor wedding ceremony site off the beautiful coast of Maine. It's the perfect backdrop for any event that needs a big blue sky, rolling green land, and a rustic framed barn.
With 20-foot ceilings and amenities galore, this in Roxbury, Connecticut features a huge art studio, a dream space for any artist. It also has some of the best country views we've ever seen thanks to grand floor-to-ceiling windows.
This rustic barn, located on a Tennessee nature preserve, is the perfect spot for a country wedding, as you can see from this photo taken by . See .
It's hard to believe this beautiful kitchen used to be a 12-stall horse barn. When photographer Lindsay Kujawa and her husband Ian couldn't find their dream home in Temecula, California, they opted to transform this barn, built in 2008, into the perfect house for their family. Now, it's a modern country home that pays homage to its original design and function. .
Mike and Alisha Mathalia spent 18 months restoring this barn in upstate New York so they could use it as their wedding venue. , which is located in Vernon Center, NY, was once a family-run dairy farm. On their wedding day, the barn was decked out with rustic details and an abundance of florals, but what really made the day so special was how much meaning their venue held. .
Originally located in New Jersey, this circa 1830 Dutch barn was moved over thirty years ago to a pristine area of Martha's Vineyard, defined by wild, open landscapes, and private beaches. The location was a natural choice—it was placed on the foundation of a barn of a similar vintage that once stood in the same spot. .
Located in , the circa-1850 Kingsley Barn features spectacular views of the countryside—and it's .
Once a working dairy barn, in Long Eddy, NY is a meticulously restored barn structure that is 240 years old. If you rent it for a wedding, not only will you have 4,000 square feet of soiree space plus a restored 18th century farmhouse to hang your hat in, you'll also be able to explore the property's 93 acres of pristine wilderness.
With polished concrete floors and a weathered tin roof, Vista West Ranch, a in Dripping Springs, offers rustic bohemian chic deep in the heart of Texas Hill Country.
Tucked away in Brule, Wisconsin, you'll find , a massive that's perfect for a family reunion. The six-bedroom, three-bathroom barn comfortably sleeps 20 and houses a stone fireplace, a game room and a 1,600 square foot deck. .
Out in Quinlan, Texas, you'll find the , a Southern belle nestled in a field surrounded by flower gardens. Step inside and you'll be drowning in down-home Texas charm. The feel special, not overdone—plus there's a sweet tree swing out front!
At the in Portland, Oregon, you'll find six themed tiny houses you can spend the night in, including a tiny barn, that comes fully furnished with a queen bed, seating area, kitchen, bathroom, and personal deck. .
Live like it's the 1840s inside this period-perfect, timber-frame bank barn, which is the very definition of a "labor of love." Saved by the current owner after its roof had fallen in, the barn was dismantled and reassembled on a stunning landscape in New York's Catskill Mountains. .
Located in North Garden, Virginia, this gorgeous granary sits on the grounds of .