A Byre-dwelling (German: Wohnstallhaus) in Gossdorf, Saxony Switzerland.
It is a farmhouse in which the living quarters are combined with the livestock and/or grain barn under the same roof.
another image of the historic farmhouse of abolitionist, John Brown
Lake Placid, NY
“The farmhouse in front is more than 350 years old.”
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This two story log farmhouse is the primary dwelling on the German farm at Old World Wisconsin
The Axford-Coffin Farm was built during the 1840s. Over the decades it had several owners who expanded the farmhouse and generally preserved the features of the farm. Today the farm is the focal point of the Cranberry Lake Park in Oakland Township, Michigan. It is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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