Restored barn homes are popping up all over the place (and taking over Pinterest) right now, but this one might just take the cake. The Scotch Ridge Barn Home in Millbrook, N.Y., crafted by Heritage Restorations, is 4,200-square-feet of natural looking wood paneling and beams. With a subtle stone base and grey shingles to contrast the wood, the home has major curb appeal and gives off a classic cabin feel.
Constructed from two old barns from the 1820's, the materials were used to build the garage with loft and the main house which sits 10-feet higher.
The interior, like with most barn homes, features an open and airy floor plan. The stone fireplace and drop chandelier add to the appeal.
Part of its draw is the natural-wood look of the beams. The intricate design of the support beams makes for a gorgeous view when looking from the loft area.
The modern kitchen pops against the dark, rustic look of the rest of the home.
The giant walk-in closet, fit for a country queen, is just the icing on the cake.