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  • dan

    Wow! I love the extensive use of stacked stone and timber beams on the interior. I would consider this style more handsome that a full on log cabin.

  • horselips

    Appalling. Another “beam & boulder” barn with pretentions of domesticity. Or is this a cave? Or both? Most of the stone ‘work’ (LOL) is just undressed rocks plopped in globs of mortar – cyclopean masonry at its worst. Even the Incas made the effort to fit their irregular shaped stones together into true wonders of the mason’s art. But when you’re spending only $10 million bucks, what do you expect? The beams are minimally processed and look like big railroad ties pressed into residential service. But, what the heck, it is, after all, just a barn. Or a cave. Or both. And the owner was dumb enough to fall for this slipshod crap as a glorious expression of “rustic” style. “And this week, on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, we remodel Stonehenge.”
    Fred, Wilma, Pebbles – your mansion is ready – grab Dino and move right in.

    • dan

      Call me sentimental or unrefined, but this is my dream house/barn/cave!

      • horselips

        Relax. You’re fine. I’m just an over-opinionated, arrogant, snob. Pray for me!

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  • Jackson

    I think the house is pretty cool, maybe a little too dark, but in general, I like it.

  • Brandon

    Just curious what is the hole with the ladder coming out of it in the 16th picture with the sauna behind it.

  • Spleenking

    I suppose this house is amazing to some and that’s fair but it has too much of a dungeon feel to it.

  • Rustic

    I would also like to know what that ladder is supposed to lead to.

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