This is not Photoshop. This is an 18th century barn with what looks suspiciously like a pop-up camper rearing up from its backside. Converted to a home in 2000, the original barn was harvested for wooden beams and other materials to fashion the structure's endearingly unique design. The 5,000 square-foot home, asking $1,100,000, boasts random width hard wood flooring, admittedly gorgeous stone fireplaces, and, per the listing, a "kitchen replica of the old walk-in fireplace and terraced gardens enclosed within stone walls" to "allow a walk back into history while providing all the amenities of today." The chef's kitchen features Vermont Soapstone counters, a farm sink, a Viking six-burner gas stove, two fridges, a wine rack, a beamed ceiling and a breakfast room with brick fireplace. The basement still has the original barn stalls, and there's a two car garage is attached to the house with an under roof walk way.
· 601 Beatty Road [Estately]