Factory Built Farmhouse: Charming Home Tour

You won’t believe this amazing factory built farmhouse that we’re touring today. This charming home is a survivor of Hurricane Sandy; once condemned and now beautifully rebuilt to reflect a pleasing combination of¬†coastal and farmhouse style. You can find this beauty over at Houzz, along with other factory built homes by Bensonwood. (All Photos by Bensonwood.)

Factory Built Farmhouse with a Little Coastal StylePhoto by BensonwoodDiscover beach style exterior design ideas


In my little world, a farmhouse isn’t a farmhouse without a porch. This one has a modern vibe with cable ropes in lieu of wooden balusters. Adirondack chairs beckon you to set a spell with a glass of lemonade. Sailboats carved into light blue shutters add a quaint element.

Farmhouse Porch with Colorful Adirondack Chairs


Step inside and you’re greeted with modern farmhouse style. Windows are left unadorned to let all that beautiful sunshine in. Note the detailing of the front door and paneled closet door. A pair of blue club chairs hint at the nearby ocean.

Farmhouse Entry in Blue and White


A chunky coffee table creates surface area for playing board games or looking at over-sized picture books.

Coastal Style Living Room


Neutral tones provide a classic backdrop in the living room which is cool and comfortable with accents of blue. A steamer trunk serves as an end table but provides additional storage at the same time.

Farmhouse Living Room


The kitchen in our factory built farmhouse is clean and bright with simple lines, white cabinets, and wood floors. Mid-century modern stools continue the marriage of farmhouse and modern styling.

Coastal Style Kitchen


A trio of pendant lights illuminate the simple yet elegant farmhouse table. Slip-covered dining chairs lend a touch of softness.

Dining Room in Factory Built Farmhouse


A four-poster bed commands attention in the master bedroom, with a sliding barn door visible in the background.

Master Bedroom in Factory Built Farmhouse


An under-the eaves bedroom gets a shot of color with a red wall. A platform bed near the window gives the illusion of sleeping under the stars when night descends.

Under the Eaves Bedroom in Red


In addition to a welcoming front porch, a claw foot tub is another icon when it comes to true farmhouse style. A bit of rusticity is found in the rough-hewn, built-in cabinet.

Farmhouse Bathroom

You can see more of this factory built farmhouse at Houzz.


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  1. I adore everything about this factory built farmhouse. It’s beautiful!
    Mary Alice

  2. What a pretty place. I thought all factory built homes were double wides. This one is fantastic.

  3. I love the house and all of the decorating details. This house is certainly an inspiration.

  4. Mary Baldwin says:

    How wonderful that you’re featuring a Bensonwood factory built home!
    My Son-In-Law is a designer/engineer with them in Walpole NH! Nice to see them get this recognition:-)

  5. Mary Baldwin says:

    How wonderful that you’re featuring a Bensonwood factory built home on your blog today! Our son-in-law is a designer/engineer with them, in Walpole NH! We’re proud of their ethic and standards!

  6. Another wonderful house tour! I look forward to this post every Sunday. Thanks so much!!!

  7. Sweet and simple. How hopeful what loveliness can come out of such tragedy.

  8. Sweet and simple. Very inspiring that such loveliness can come from such tragedy.

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