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Transformed barn offers enormous live-work space, huge potential for $2.5M

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6,000-square-foot studio and wood-burning pizza oven included

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Location: Roxbury, Connecticut

Price: $2,500,000

Now here’s farmhouse living offered on a massive scale. Located in rural Roxbury, Connecticut (and only 90 minutes from New York City), this 1960-built, 13,000-square-foot barn has been transformed into a rambling, loft-style live-work space featuring soaring 20-foot ceilings, huge windows, studio space—and enormous potential.

The three-bedroom home is situated on 46 acres of fields and orchards, with land suitable for raising animals or cultivating agriculture, and boasts many details of its former use, including over 7,000 square feet of reclaimed redwood, chestnut, and cypress wood, and a sloping roof. New additions that take it into contemporary living, with amenities including a professional fireplace with wood-burning pizza oven, radiant-heated slate flooring, and a smart heat, air-conditioning, and lighting system.

But the semi-finished, over-6,000-square-foot studio space can take this barn home to the next level, with endless possibilities for use, including dance, yoga, theater, film, video, photography, writing, spa, artists’ residency—you name it. It’s asking $2,500,000. Have a look below.