It might be slightly schizophrenic, and we’re not sure how we feel about the look of the exterior, but we really like the both the modern addition’s interior and the original farmhouse…at least, when we view them as separate entities. We also fancy the impressively sleek kitchen, the wall of windows in the living room overlooking the property’s 1.3 acres, and the wide plank floors of the farmhouse portion.
According to the listing, the farmhouse was in disrepair and rescued by the person who designed the addition, and while we’re still on the fence about the look of them both together, we can certainly appreciate its boldness. The farmhouse dates back to 1847, while the addition was built in 2009. What do you make of the juxtaposition of new and old?
Square Feet: 1710