Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Architecture Wednesday: Bucks County Barn


First off, if I’m not mistaken, I believe Bucks County is home to our dear Mistress Maddie, and I bet if we all beg and plead and offer our, um, services, perhaps The Mistress will buy this place and we can all go live there, or at least visit.

Whaddya say, Maddie?

Anyway, it’s a barn, in Upper Black Eddy, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and you know I love a good barn. Especially one that keeps all the original timber framing of the interior and the original stone walls of the foundation.

Oh, and this is just the guest house; no telling what the main house looks like.
It’s big and it’s open and features two bedroom/bath suites with private entrances in the lower level, with rustic ceilings and stone walls.

But it’s the main floor, completely airy and open and with one wall of glass where I’d spend most of my time. Either there, or up in the loft area above, admiring the views outside and inside.

Um, MM? You got some spare coins to buy this place?

11 comments:

Deedles said...

I love this one! It's nice and airy and bright.

Dave R said...

Oh my, the downstairs looks just like something out of Skyrim.

mistress maddie said...

Oh yes yes yes honey!!!! Come one come all!!!! I love this, good mix of old and new, with all the white.. and the different textures. This is very typical of Bucks County interior design. And yes, you'd be correct, the main house is most likely huge. Many families that have properties like this often will rent out the guest house. My friend Chrissy rents one and I already told her if she moves out she best give them my name first!!!!!!!!

You'd love all the barn reno's around here Bob.

anne marie in philly said...

maddie should get daddy warbucks to buy this place; what a GREAT place to party!

Sooo-this-is-me said...

Wow, my dad was good to his animals but those cows must really live in style!!!

the dogs' mother said...

Loverly!

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

Whoa. Beautiful!
I love the combination of warm wood and sleep design. Also, those ceilings!
If Maddie buys it, I’ll invite myself. For real.

XoXo

Ur-spo said...

I hear one of my childhood aunts saying 'do you think you live in a barn?'

Travel said...

There was a barn on the farm I grew up on that would have been a spectacular conversion.

Moving with Mitchell said...

I love a good barn, too, but this one doesn’t do much for me. Maybe Mistress Maddie can do some more shopping for us.

Dov said...

Wow, very nice!