Renovated Farmhouse: Charming Home Tour

Today we’re headed to rural Georgia to tour a renovated farmhouse by Historical Concepts.  The farmhouse had served as a weekend retreat and was converted to a full-time residence. An expansive addition created room for a kitchen, master suite, and outdoor rooms. The transformation is quite lovely.

Ready to take a peek inside?

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Step into the foyer and enjoy a vintage light fixture suspended from a shiplap ceiling. Wood floors can stand up to traffic coming in and out the front door with its sidelights and transom window.

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The living room features a cozy fireplace for warming up cool evenings. A beautiful landscape oil painting mimics the scenery seen outside.

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More shiplap graces the hallway with yet another vintage pendant light.

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Warm wood furniture adds a county vibe with brown transferware flanking the walls of the renovated farmhouse.

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Expansive windows let in natural light while a faux brick floor pairs beautifully with a copper farmhouse sink.

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Outdoor living spaces are abundant in this renovated farmhouse. An outdoor fireplace provides hours of evening entertainment, perfect for a lingering meal.

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A porch swing provides space to while away the afternoon hours. Grab a book and curl up for an hour or two!

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Back inside, a sleeping porch creates a magical room for dozing off.

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A bead board ceiling and planked walls envelope a classic cannonball bed.

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What could make this renovated farmhouse even more enjoyable?  An outdoor pool, complete with a covered area for entertaining!

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You can see more of this farmhouse charmer over at Houzz.

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Comments

  1. Liked it All . Thanks

  2. This is such a lovely home- even with the reno, it still retains its’ farmhouse feel.

  3. Ok this is my new dream house.

  4. Are those tile countertops that I see in the kitchen??
    I cringe every time I see tile countertops being destroyed in renovations. When I was growing up some homes in our neighborhood had tile countertops but ours were nailed Formica. I always wished we had the tiled ones but I do remember how rough they were on china and glassware!
    Love this house and spaces.

  5. Love, love, love this house! Wish I could move in tomorrow!!! Thanks for posting.

  6. Marlene Stephenson says:

    This is a dreamy place to live, it has all i have dreamed of. Thanks it made my day.

  7. Carol Paulus Kalis says:

    Loved the brown transferware with the tan and white love seat down the hall. So very cozy looking. I wonder where they found the lampshades for the candlestick lamps setting on the dresser (they too, mimicked brown transferware). Thank you for sharing.

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