Historic barn conversion asks $525K

An exterior view of a large red barn converted into a house with bushes and landscaping all around. Photos
by Michael Bowman

This apple red beauty features the barn’s original beams and
wood flooring

In Curbed’s House of the Day
column
, we drool over historic
Victorians
and can’t get enough of
midcentury
stunners. But we have a soft spot for a barn
conversion, and the latest to catch our eye is
this two-bedroom, two-bath version
in Harwinton,
Connecticut.

Constructed in 1930 and painted a perfect apple red, the
historic barn was remodeled into a 3,950-square-foot house. The
main living areas feature an open floor plan that showcases the
barn’s original beams and wood flooring. A large brick fireplace
adds coziness, and an updated kitchen features a six-burner gas
stove, two ovens, a grill top, and a stainless steel hood vent.

The home sits on 4.73 idyllic acres; there’s a spring fed pond
with a fountain, stonewalls, a stone gazebo, and a large deck for
entertaining. And if you need more storage, this listing has you
covered with a five car garage. Interested?
47 South Road is on the market now for $524,900
.

The interior of a barn conversion into a house features an open floor plan with brick fireplaces and couches.An
open floorplan takes advantage of exposed beams and the barn’s
original hard wood flooring. On the other side of the brick fireplace sits an open floorplan with kitchen, dining room table, and skylights.
A modern kitchen sits next to the dining room and feels airy thanks
to large skylights. A hallway has a brick wall with old stove and a spiral staircase that leads to the bedrooms.
A spiral staircase leads to the bedrooms. The master bedroom has white walls, exposed wood beams, and antique furniture.
The master bedroom features exposed beams and a bed tucked in a
cozy alcove. An exterior view of the red barn home’s attached five car garage with driveway and green trees.
Need storage? Check out the five car garage.
Source: FS – All – Architecture 10
Historic barn conversion asks 5K