Plus you know where to get a matching car.
Jen, Your photographs are so wonderful. They take me home. Thanks.
It does have potential, I've always secretly (or not so secretly, actually) dreamed of living in a converted barn. Those buildings have a kind of 'built-in-peace'. You'd have to do something about the a/c, though :)
I love old barns & will be posting several more, as well as the ones today, in the next few days. Such beautiful Americana pieces of architecture. Have a great weekend. TTFN ~ Marydon
It's not just the old barn, it's the total ambience. very nice.
Well with a LARGE wallet it does have potential!
Very funny!It does have a gorgeous and unusual shape...
I love them old barns...
Barn renovations are totally awesome...I say go for it, if the price is right- why not?? You only live once!!! Live the dream!!!
Over here the Estate Agents would class it as "in need of some renovation" !I love it! :)
it's just lovely!
I'd love to hear the stories it could tell.
love it love it love it.....
jen...this is definitely a keeper...i love it.
I love it!! Summer breezes should be wonderful! I think the winter would be a little chilly though.
We just put a bid in on a house built in 1895...so I see the potential in yours!!! Kim
Yup ! I agree with you Jen .. it is totally a KEEPER !!Joy ;-)
I love your old barn photo..and the old car goes right along with it! I love photos like this..they just say "country" all over them! I enjoy your photos so much...keep up the good work!!
Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind commments. I Love barbed wire...I love taking photos of it as well...it definitely have me "hooked" LOL Have a great day!! I look forward to visiting your blog often!!
Ya, it just needs a little work..and a big budget:)
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