Located about an hour outside Boston in the bucolic Sterling, Mass., this home has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, and 5,550 square feet in which you can stretch your legs.
The barn traces its roots to the early 1800s when it was originally a horse barn. After being used as a dairy barn for many years it was left vacant for a while, which made its conversion to a home a little challenging.
Though the outside definitely looks like a place you’d see some farmers milking cows, the interior is just as sleek and stylish as pretty much any brand new mansion home.
The home has a gloriously open, updated kitchen which is a chef’s dream, and the exposed wooden beams recollect the farm life that was once lived in these walls.
It also has a spacious master suite, which is 16 x 20 and incorporates plenty of natural lighting.
A comfortable outdoor patio overlooks the pastoral beauty of rural Massachusetts.
The home also includes an impressive master closet that is very organized and clutter-free.
The house is currently listed for $925,000, and you can find out more about the property here. So, would you move into this unique repurposed barn home?