home on the farm

By: Lesley

Dec 13 2011

Category: barns, Oro-Medonte


Focal Length:28mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

This is the other side of the barn conversion I showed last week, which you can see here. It sits on a sideroad between the extremely small villages of Jarratt and Creighton about 12 miles from Orillia.

Participating in Barn Charm

12 comments on “home on the farm”

  1. Now this is charming!!

  2. LOVE the big windows! (As well as that beautiful tree – an ash? – on the right!)

    Now that you’ve photographed the front and the back of this converted barn, there’s nothing left but to go inside with your camera. Go ahead, we’ll wait! πŸ˜‰

  3. What a great way of saving a piece of history. Love the property it sits on too.

  4. It is really impressive what they have done with this barn. It is absolutely beautiful. I am so glad you included this shot. And, yes, those windows are to die for. Wonderful. genie

  5. what an interesting place!

  6. WoW! They did such a wonderful job remodeling that barn! Incredible!

    Thanks so much for joining =)

  7. A lot of our old brick barns in the UK have been converted into luxury country houses..
    Yours is wonderful to see.

  8. This looks so much more like a home on this side.

  9. I wanted to live in it when I saw the first post…now there are no words…it is just gorgeous.

  10. Beautiful! I love those big windows! (I like light!) πŸ™‚

  11. I backed up until I found the barn you referenced in your latest post (enjoyed the journey back too — I am so far behind on reading, it’s nice to have time catch up!). You’re right — quite a contrast. This one is definitely beautiful (a person could live in it!)

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