Monday, June 18, 2012

Barn Charm

The gate is open. Let's drive on in.
Oh, look! A charming little horse barn complete with a horse statue.
 And that's not all; it comes complete with a charming little stone house.

Linking to Ruby Tuesday 2 and Barn Charm.

42 comments:

Felisol said...

Such a special, beautiful all American place. Clean in shapes in colors, well built and friendly.
I bet both humans and animals are doing well there.

TexWisGirl said...

what's not to like!? great fencery, too!

Kim, USA said...

Oh my I love to live there. ^_^

Carol said...

What a cool place !!!

Red said...

I'm sure that the people living here are as happy as clams on a rock ! You've caught the spirit of this place in your photos.

Icy BC said...

Wow..looks so nice, and I can see the back porch too! Beautiful red roof..

Linda said...

What wonderful photos of that place - looks like a great place to live!

Amy Burzese said...

A great place! I thought you had caught the horse rearing up before I read your captions.

judi/Gmj said...

Fantastically clean and neat.

Colin said...

Wow, Carletta. Looks like you've hit the "jackpot" here.
Well appointed "homestead". One rearing statue of a horse, no doubt a stallion. Two stalls shown and no doubt a couple more at the two unseen sides. Small exercise yards. And all in pristine condition.
Conclusion: A small horse stud, probably for quarter-horses or show ponies/horses.
I wonder what the price tag would be??????
Great shots.
Colin (Brisbane. Australia)
Weather report: Sunny morning, but no warmth at all. As far as I am concerned it is freezing. 7 celsius with a max. today of 21 celsius. Hurry up September- ha ha!

Meoww said...

Love the designs on the fence... Clean and white! Beautiful pics so soothing to the eye !

Mimi said...

That gate is incredibly well-maintained! And the restof the place looks equally well looked after.
Fine house, fine barn! any land with it? (lol)

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

What a wonderful place! I wonder what kind of horses live in that barn?

The Farmer's Daughter said...

How Beautiful! The buildings and grounds are "picture perfect." Wish I could see the horses, too!

Becky said...

I do love this one. I bet the stalls are as neat and clean as the outside too.

Bev said...

Very Classy!!

Rose said...

I'd love to have that stone house...or the barn either!

Mari said...

What a beautiful place! The barn is very nice - the stone house is amazing!

Kathy said...

It's really a pretty place but the horse statue is a bit much! It would look much classier without it (just my opinion, of course!).

Ralph said...

The modern horse barn is functional, the ruby roof attention getting (although that does appear to be a real and menacing stallion :). The house is a true charmer, small in the stature but made of lovely materials, the old stone paired with modern vinyl and windows. THe shape is timeless, a neat and tidy farm that continues to wear so well!

Pamela Gordon said...

This is a nice neat little spot!

Hanne Bente said...

Beautiful fence and nice little stone house. Wishing you a great Tuesday :) Hanne Bente

chubskulit said...

Oh I thought the horse is real lol. Love the gate!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

This is a super neat place!

Kerri said...

What a LOVELY place!!

Beth said...

the little stone house stole my heart. so cute. great views. love the puffy clouds. are you going to enjoy this heat? sounds like it will be a warm one. (:

DrillerAA09 said...

And both structures are topped with Ruby Red roofs. Excellent post for a Ruby Tuesday.

MarmePurl said...

love love love that red roof

Tanya said...

oh i love this one! how neat to have that horse statue!

Karen said...

So charming with the red roofs!

Tricia Hays said...

What a neat lil place and the stone house is beautiful... that horse statue is a hoot!

Thank you so much for joining, Carletta! =)

Liz said...

Beautiful red and white barn.

Ruby Toaster

Faye said...

Maybe the lucky farm manager gets to live in that little dollhouse? Any idea what kind of horses are raised here? Well, we know they're fierce anyway from that statue! :-)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

At first I thought the statue was actually a horse!

Battered Red Door

Elaine said...

Fancy fence, amazing horse statute, and a charming barn and house. Very nice!!

Janie B said...

You must travel around a lot to get all these great shots. I thought the horse was real at first. Ha!

EG CameraGirl said...

Nice place! I really like the red roofs with the white siding and stones.

George said...

I really like the gate leading to this barn, but the barn (and statue) and house are very charming.

pattisjarrett said...

Nice place, so neat and clean. Beautiful gate.

Rita said...

What and adorable place. The house sure does seem tiny though. Certainly, by modern standards anyway.

Love that horse statue. You can see it from quite a distance.

Jessica Cassidy said...

beautiful RED barn and that statue horse looks real :-) Dropping by from last weeks RT2

Kevin Noel said...

Animals also deserve to live in a beautiful and spacious barn like this. They are also living things , they also have emotions and senses. Providing them with a beautiful home or barn like this is a good way of preserving their animal rights.
Kevin Noel