Barn 2.  Best design example of what we think might work want but doesn't show enough of porch.  We like the cupolas, the trim, the timber and the   Brown metal roof.  Beams,  white (want true white matching house).  What if we had the Split stone high way up on the wall.  We would like to price using split stone vs. Ga brick on lower half.  Hardy board up to metal roof.  Love detail. Combining Barn one with this one seems very close to what we want.

Barn 2. Best design example of what we think might work want but doesn't show enough of porch. We like the cupolas, the trim, the timber and the Brown metal roof. Beams, white (want true white matching house). What if we had the Split stone high way up on the wall. We would like to price using split stone vs. Ga brick on lower half. Hardy board up to metal roof. Love detail. Combining Barn one with this one seems very close to what we want.

Great Room of The Blue Ridge - House Plan Number 1130-D Y-Shaped house plan, "horse stable" style , just add cupolas and stalls/arena out the back ... blend this style home with actual stables for a all-in-one Horse Barn Home Combination!

Great Room of The Blue Ridge - House Plan Number 1130-D Y-Shaped house plan, "horse stable" style , just add cupolas and stalls/arena out the back ... blend this style home with actual stables for a all-in-one Horse Barn Home Combination!

As stated on their website: Caboose No. SSW2 originally built by the International Car Company for the St. Louis-Southwestern Railroad (the Cotton Belt) which was a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railroad. It is known as an extended vision caboose due to the enlarged and overhanging cupola which gave the conductor a better view of the train ahead of him. — at DeQuincy Railroad Museum.

As stated on their website: Caboose No. SSW2 originally built by the International Car Company for the St. Louis-Southwestern Railroad (the Cotton Belt) which was a subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Railroad. It is known as an extended vision caboose due to the enlarged and overhanging cupola which gave the conductor a better view of the train ahead of him. — at DeQuincy Railroad Museum.

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A Pueblo-Style Home Reflects Its Sonoran Desert Surroundings - Phoenix Home & Garden

A Pueblo-Style Home Reflects Its Sonoran Desert Surroundings - Phoenix Home & Garden

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