Usually when you think of a farmhouse, you think of a home filled with wood accents and shabby-chic furniture. This breathtaking home, nicknamed the "floating farmhouse," puts a new spin on country getaways.
Located near Narrowsburg, N.Y., this incredible abode has been standing since 1820. According to Country Living, the building was once on the verge of collapse before architectural designer Tom Givone stepped in and gave it a brand new look.
Although it may seem like an ordinary farmhouse on the exterior, the inside of the home is filled with a modern and elegant design style.
A giant wall of windows brings a sense of nature and lots of light into the home's kitchen and dining area.
Huge wooden beams give warmth to the space and help break up the bright white color that's found on all the walls and cabinetry.
A unique wood-burning fireplace makes the space seem even larger thanks to its expansive height.
An old-school style tub and dark woods give the bathroom a unique rustic flair.
So why is it nicknamed the "floating farmhouse?" It earned the title thanks to its cantilevered porch, which looks as though it's floating atop the adjacent pond.
If you'd love to spend a few nights inside this unique piece of history, you can book a stay through HomeAway. You'll want to save up your pennies before booking your trip - this home is currently being rented for $750 per night.