This horse barn conversion was Joyce Cole’s dream. It represented her vision to create a cozy home and office as close as possible to her beloved horses.
Old Saratoga Restorations completed the conversion in the middle of winter, repouring the concrete floor, repairing the roof and rotted beam foundation, replacing windows and using reclaimed oak and hemlock beams from the barn to create a staircase. Resawn beams were used for stair treads, shelves, railings and cabinets.
The barn’s innovative touches include plate glass viewing windows into the horse stalls from the kitchen and the mudroom.
OSR also created a custom mahogany door, utility room, new high-end kitchen, 2 bathrooms, a stable room and a mudroom with a Dutch door.
Basement staircase. Rough pine boards? - joanna_fenlonslota