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Upstairs is the loft that Frank built, which Lisa uses as her office.
Downstairs is where the sheep used to stay, but it now houses Lisa’s design business.
Doors on both sides open up to the rest of the property.
On the east side, there’s a pasture with a stage perfect for outdoor concerts and dancing.
He traded two hams for the flagstone floor on the first story.
“We kept my daughter’s 4-H sheep there,” says Frank, “and many people may remember coming to the ‘sheep to shawl’ demonstrations and craft fairs we hosted.” Between 19, Frank got rid of the sheep, insulated the barn, built a loft to make a third story, and constructed a gazebo outside.
It was full of junk, covered in foliage, and boards were falling off the wall, but I fell in love.” For over a year Lisa worked in the barn without heat or air conditioning, borrowing water in five-gallon buckets from her friend Scott next door.
(You’ll recognize the same paneling at Scott’s, as well as The Garden Room on Dickson Street in Fayetteville, one of Frank’s properties.) There are windows to the left and right that used to be large openings for tossing out hay.
Secured to the floor and beams are original hooks and pulleys, also used for moving hay around.
So I built a replica of the well inside the gazebo and had planned to feature a burning well for special occasions, but Lisa capped it off because she’s much too careful for such foolishness.” Since May 2015, The Barn by Two Brothers has been open for business, mostly hosting weddings and receptions.
“The official capacity is ninety-one,” says Lisa, “but we’ve had as many as 300 because we can use the east pasture.” Clients of the barn have access to tables, vintage chalkboard windows, and many other rustic decorations, including pickle barrels and a serving buffet that came from the smokehouse.
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