Once used as a hay barn and stable, the building has found new life as an entertainment center.
The restored 18th century barn serves as a favorite destination for the family's four active children.
Added features include a central cupola and massive fieldstone chimney.
A "waddle fence", woven by a local artisan, screens mechanical equipment.
An antique granite watering trough is repurposed as a planter.
A meandering stone garden path leads to the south entrance.
The stable has been reinvented as a pub, featuring the original iron & wood horse stalls.
The largest stall now houses a bar with custom racks for wine glasses.
Vintage pinball machines have replaced horses in these original stalls.
A circular table provides a great spot for family games. Barn doors have been created from salvaged iron grilles and pine sheathing.
The new cupola washes the Great Room billiards table in natural light.
Furnishings feature bold patterns and colors.
Playful artwork includes an antique carousel horse.
The centerpiece of the Great Room is an antique inlaid billiards table.
The hayloft now serves as a video arcade. This wall showcases a collection of antique game boards.
A heavy wool plaid drape separates the video arcade from the theater.
The theater has several seating options, including cozy custom banquettes.