Set your eyes on this incredible barn that is beaming with historic appeal. Au Soleil d’Or Farm, which means “at the golden sun” in French is a beautiful horse property. With 4 acres and a fully restored 19th century house, it only made sense to add a stone bank barn to the grounds. This barn is a reconstruction of an antique barn relocated from Western Pennsylvania. It was once used for drying tobacco.
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd. designed this project. They pay particular attention to creating architecture of character, beauty, and style. The builder was White Horse Construction and the landscaper, Hess Landscape Architects. Special thanks to Angle Eye Photography for the gorgeous pictures!
The Historical Au Soleil d’Or Farm
The builders of this project reconstructed the bank barn from an antique barn frame. New stone walls with brick arches were created. White oak windows and doors as well as hand-forged metalwork adorn this barn. The owners use the spacious loft for entertaining guests, while the lower portion houses their beloved horses.
A walk around the property will leave you speechless with the many gorgeous gardens and horse pastures.
Soak up some of the beauty through these pictures of the property.
What a charming historical property! They really outdid themselves with it.