And speaking of donkeys and horses, let’s check out the lower area first. If you simply slide open the door, you will wander into a breezeway complete with the gentle sounds of horses. You can visit the four horses in their large, comfy stalls. Each stall has the same efficient sliding door theme, so you will never have to worry about getting slammed with one, and neither will the horses. There’s also a very spacious tack room and a half bathroom so you can wash up after grooming, exercising, and riding the horses. You’ll also be pleased to know there’s solar-powered radiant heat down here too.
Once you enter the living space above, you won’t believe you are in the same place. It’s a different world up there. With a fourteen-foot high ceiling and what seems like two thousand windows, the Great Room is a great room indeed. Everything in this space is open-concept except for the master bedroom and full bathroom, each tucked away in a corner but each one airy and spacious on its own.
There’s a full kitchen as well as another cozy corner with a gorgeous timber bunk bed in it it looks like it’s a king-sized bed, too, so you could easily sleep six people up here. In keeping with the barn theme, all of the original posts remain intact as the structural elements, and they are fully visible in the Great Room, giving it a beautiful country atmosphere as well as all the warmth and beauty of a character home. There are plenty of closets as well, lots of storage areas for those who live here and anyone who wants to stay for a while.