This barn was built in the late 1800s and sits on a 20-acre property in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania.
Archer & Buchanan Architects restored and refashioned it as a guest house with recycled barn materials, “maintaining the feeling of a barn.”
I have always been kind of fascinated by barns converted into houses, so I was excited to see this one featured on Houzz. Take a look!
Converting an Old Barn Into a Guest House
There’s a mix of both open, awe-inspiring spaces and cozy, intimate ones.
The architect says, “The finished work includes the great room, kitchen, study and bath on the main level and screened porch, play area and wine cellar on the lower level.”
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Interior design by Michael Shannon Designs. Photos by Barry Halkin.
To learn more about the project and the architects behind it, visit Archer & Buchanan.