Monday, June 25, 2012

June 25



This farm is about 10 minutes from my house and I pass by it frequently. I like the two barns set together and that the architecture of both is similar. I also like the dormers on the big barn and the little window in the peak of both barns.



Here's a view that shows the front of the barns with another few dormers on the big barn.



And here's a little tractor peeking out of the big front doors!

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26 comments:

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

This is really a pretty set of barns. I like the old Farmall tractor peeking out of the door. I like the dormers and the diamond shaped windows too.

S. Etole said...

My uncles had a tractor like that that they would let me drive during summer visits.

What a magnificent barn.

Betsy Brock said...

Oh, that is very nice! I love how they compliment each other! Lots of nice little details, too!...very charming!

Kathy said...

You've managed to bring us another outstanding shot for Barn Charm. Both barns are very picturesque and the larger one looks absolutely huge!

Bev said...

That is one character barn setting... Beautiful!!

Carole said...

Those are really cool. What a neat cluster. Lovely shots. :-)

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Amy Burzese said...

Those are grand. Love the red and of course the tractor!

Debbie said...

very cool windows and i love me some tractor!!

this is one pretty place!!

Mabel Jane's said...

This reminds me somewhat of the barn and Farmall tractor I grew up with. My dad was an engineer by day and an Oliver Wendell Douglas (Green Acres) by night. Thanks for bringing back the memories.

Rose said...

This is wonderful...I love that they are similar, I love all the windows. Love the windows up in the peak of the roof. Boy this week has had some fabulous barns...

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful barns. love those diamond windows. :)

pattisjarrett said...

The tractor looks like it's been around the farm a few times! I do like that they were constructed in the same style.

Carletta said...

This is a big operation.
I love it for all of it's architectural elements.
Great shots!

Joanna Jenkins said...

I like these barns very much-- So much unusual detail and A LOT of space. I'd love to have a place like this that's (somewhat) refinished inside so I could throw the doors open and had a big party.

Hope you are enjoying your summer.
xo jj

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

These are pretty big red barns! I don't remember seeing dormers on barns before. They make the barn look very grand!

missjonquil said...

Love the shot with the old Farmall Cub tractor!

Beth said...

Someone wanted these barns to be pretty as well as practical. Those windows are charming! This is a truly lovely set-up. Cool tractor too!:>)

Beth said...

all shots are great. i'm so taken back by the tractor peeking out of the barn door. such a great shot. (:

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

LOVE the little red tractor! The little red tractor that could!! Those are beautiful barns. That top shot is charming and lovely. You have some great pictures here of a sweet barn!

LuAnn said...

This is a great one - I also like the diamond shape windows, on the door, with the tractor.

Tanya said...

i love these!

Kim, USA said...

This barn is very charming. I like that two windows near the cupola too.
Great find, Mari! Thanks for the visit too.

Kim,USA

Terri Buster said...

Very pretty set of red barns- I like that second shot.

The Farmer's Daughter said...

What magnificent barns! So impressive. . .

Tricia Hays said...

My goodness, 2 different people could be inside & never know the other was there, it's so huge! I would really love to explore inside both of them! =)

justsoyouknow said...

Barn charm! I can trade my house for that lovely barn! :)

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