Located on one of the oldest farmsteads in the Kennebec River Valley, the Nourse Farm Barn was built in 2017 to replace a circa 1795 barn. Styled in the classic Maine vernacular, this project is perched on a hilltop, overlooking two ponds below and breathtaking mountain vistas to the west.
With a full dormer and 6 foot square hip roof cupola, the Nourse Farm Barn holds its own kind of beauty against the backdrop of the Maine woods. Crafted from a mixture of circular sawn local hemlock and white pine timbers, the inside of the barn is just as impressive. Featuring live edged railings alongside heavy timber stairs, the attention to detail makes the space as attractive as it is functional.