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Beautiful barn converted into micro-winery/guest house in the Hudson Valley

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This stunning barn converted into a guest house by Crisp Architects is located in Millbrook, a village in Dutchess County, New York. Millbrook is located in the Hudson Valley, on the east side of the Hudson River, 90 miles north of New York City. Planting and maintaining the grapevines is the first step of winemaking. Harvesting and processing the grapes is the second step. Having friends over to test the results is the most important step, and all the bases covered with this structure.

Tractors and other equipment for the vineyard, as well as the winemaking apparatus, reside on the first floor while guests visit comfortably above. The owners are just learning the subtleties of winemaking, but have long been experts in making their friends feel welcome.

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In the kitchen, the island dimensions are 7′-8″ X 3′-5″. The floor is vintage heart pine that has been hand planed. It has an Early American stain that was applied and then almost immediately wiped off to keep the dark color of the stain but show more wood grain.

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What We Love: This incredible barn converted guest house offers warm, inviting and functional living quarters to host overnight guests. The exterior facade is absolutely beautiful, we are loving the overall concept of this home. We could imagine residing here full time, how about you? 

Tell Us: Would this be your idea of the ultimate guest house? If you stayed here, would you ever want to leave? Please share your overall thoughts in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of other amazing home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of Crisp Architects: Eclectic modern farmhouse with unexpected pops of color in New York and Connecticut lake house maximizing its privileged location.

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The kitchen features a beautiful Wolf range.

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Above: In the kitchen, a Hafele Magic Corner II unit.helps to maximize space in corner cabinets while making the contents of your cabinet easy to get to!

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The wall paint color is Decorator’s White CC-20 | Benjamin Moore

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In the dining room, the is from Frontgate, while the area rug was sourced from Ballard Designs.

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The sliding barn door hardware can be found at either Better Barns or House of Antique Hardware.

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Above: This bed was purchased from Ballard Designs, the Wilshire Upholstered Bed with Pewter Nailheads. The light fixture is from Restoration Hardware.

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Above: The architects use “Upstate Door” and “TruStile” for their interior doors.

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All of the tile for this bath came from Best tile.

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Above: The structure is clad in board and batten siding with the boards being Hardy plank. The roof is 40-year architectural asphalt shingles. The color is weathered wood from Timberline.

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The total square footage is 4,500 sq ft split equally between the first and second floors. The first floor is a garage while the second floor is living space.

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Photos: Rob Karosis

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