I love when something old gets a new life, and that’s especially true of this milk barn, complete with a vaulted ceiling, that’s gotten a new life as an Airbnb.
What was once an insulated cooler for milk on the farm in the 1940s got a new life when Master Carpenter David Raponi renovated it and created a quirky home for himself. He lived there for seven years.
Now the barn has become a vacation rental on what is still a working farm. The surrounding landscapes are gorgeous, making this a lovely spot for a peaceful getaway.
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1940s Milk Barn Turned Airbnb Cabin
There are two lofted bedroom accessible via ladders.
Here’s the second loft.
Here’s the giant barn.
This feels like something from a novel.
Here’s one of the stick ladders.
The bathroom with composting toilet.
There’s a wood-burning stove.
Look at the gorgeous flowers!
Stunning landscape around the farm.
More garden flowers.
Looks great in the fall too.
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