The aerial view of this beautiful horse farm shows a long, winding driveway that carries visitors past fenced paddocks for horses to the main house. Past the main house toward the back of the property, another set of fenced paddocks and connected barn area provide even more space for the horses to roam.
The aerial view of the main house showcases all the elements of the outdoor space. From the swimming pool to the courtyard to the expansive back patio, this home's outdoor living area has something for everyone and every occasion.
The brainchild of wellness entrepreneur Danny Seo, the Naturally House was designed by Steve Dray and Cecilia Winston and built by Lucas Barry. The stunning interiors were designed by Rebecca Cartwright, who also purchased the home. Built on the New Urbanist, walkable, organic farm-centered Serenbe community south of Atlanta, the Naturally House is constructed with vertical cedar woodplanks and uses the Japanese preservation technique of shou sugi ban in which wood is charred to make it waterproof.
The generous height of the main level of this Bolinas, Calif., farm house is maximized by tucking the kitchen beneath a vaulted living area. The floor in the kitchen and bar area is sunken to make the space feel larger.
Bring the farm inside your home. This guest house already had the farm location, so Athens Building Co. used old egg baskets found on the property to create a functional, one-of-a-kind fixture over the island.
After a long day on the farm, guests will love coming back to this cozy cottage, which includes its own sitting area, kitchenette and platform bed. Vaulted ceilings and large picture windows help the interior feel a little more spacious.
This 5,000-square-foot carriage house — mainly dedicated to car storage and display — was designed to evoke the feel of a 150-year-old barn. The stone walls were erected with some of the original stones taken from walls built by farmers who previously owned the property.