Located in Blair, Nebraska, about 40 minutes north of Omaha, this two-bedroom, three-bath house goes all in on the barn home concept. The sellers started with a post-and-beam kit house from Sand Creek Post and Beam and then constructed the home as the ultimate farmhouse turned barn.
The wood-clad exterior is modeled after a quintessential horse barn, with a wide dual-panel sliding door and overhanging roofs on either side. The lower level features high ceilings and a wide-open space, including oversized garage doors, a living room, and a workbench. Slide open the horse stall doors and there’s nary an animal in sight; instead, you’ll find three bedrooms decked out in reclaimed wood and taxidermy animals.
Upstairs, the architectural salvage continues in the open-concept living areas, with repurposed light fixtures, a tin accent wall, and galvanized buckets for sinks. The farmhouse-inspired kitchen boasts tractor seats as bar stools. A loft-like master suite complete with shiplap walls is tucked behind the kitchen. Ready to indulge your own barn house fantasies? 10211 Shire Point Way is on the market now for $1,200,000.