We bought this bin last year from a farmer and dismantled it ourselves in 8…

We bought this bin last year from a farmer and dismantled it ourselves in 8…

Barn Living Pole Quarter With Metal Buildings | Pole Barn Anyone Ever Build One

Barn Living Pole Quarter With Metal Buildings | Pole Barn Anyone Ever Build One

Just off Route 66 in Missouri, between Springfield and Carthage, is Red Oak II. The whimsical house in this photograph is fanciful indeed, with its weathered wooden shingle siding and the bright, almost TARDIS-blue trim and door. What you may not be able to see in the photo, though, is that this charming fairytale cottage is in the middle of a lake—reachable only by a drawbridge—one that is controlled from the mainland! Thus its name: The Mother-In-Law House. Make of it what you will.

Just off Route 66 in Missouri, between Springfield and Carthage, is Red Oak II. The whimsical house in this photograph is fanciful indeed, with its weathered wooden shingle siding and the bright, almost TARDIS-blue trim and door. What you may not be able to see in the photo, though, is that this charming fairytale cottage is in the middle of a lake—reachable only by a drawbridge—one that is controlled from the mainland! Thus its name: The Mother-In-Law House. Make of it what you will.

Heaven's Face Shot shows the green grass by her side. She is one of the houses on tour that shows a larger size of 11' x 21' with nearly 500 sf of living space twixt the bottom and loft floors. She is about to get a new set of doors on the side to go on the porch too.

Heaven's Face Shot shows the green grass by her side. She is one of the houses on tour that shows a larger size of 11' x 21' with nearly 500 sf of living space twixt the bottom and loft floors. She is about to get a new set of doors on the side to go on the porch too.

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