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Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton Update

The Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton barn homes are coming along beautifully. I just received pictures taken this past weekend of the progress. They are awe inspiring, to say the least! As told in my first post, Yankee Barn Homes In The Hamptons, these two barn homes are the brain-child of Jeffery Rosen and his business partner, Gerard Mingino. Jeffery built his first Yankee Barn home two years ago and has not looked back since! An interior decorator by trade, Jeffery Rosen Interior Design, Inc., Jeffrey has a remarkable talent for nailing the look and feel of a true barn home. He inherently gets all the fine nuances of a barn home and provides just the right amount of “bling” to each one he builds. But don’t take my word for it, have a look at the most recent photos and judge for yourself. I think you’ll like what you see; I know I certainly did!

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Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton Progress on 53 Toilsome Lane

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The Exterior

Yankee Barn Homes was the perfect choice for the white board and baton barn style home at 53 Toilsome Lane in East Hampton, NY. It continues to evolve into a thing of beauty, inside and out! In the following pictures you’ll be able to see the exterior of the home has all but been completed, including the siding and those wonderful deep, dark green sliding barn doors – strategically placed to catch the eye upon arrival. Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton

Before we head inside, I want you to see the back of the barn home, now completed, and the latest addition to the backyard. I think you’ll like it even though it is not yet filled! Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton

A lap pool right off the great room and just steps from a tiered blue stone patio that connects to the back of the house through three separate entrances. Very nice!

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The Interior Main Floor

Stepping inside the post & beam beauty, we find wonderful touches to the decor have been added to this Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton beauty since our last visit.

Located just off the kitchen is a bright and cheerful breakfast nook which looks out on a private backyard including that fantastic lap pool.

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The great room is looking warm and welcoming with an extremely unique choice of giant pendant lights hanging from the gorgeous post and beam frame. What a smart way to accentuate the barn style! Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton

 

Yet another unique feature is found on the opposite wall of the great room. Being a large interior wall with no natural light source, a window is installed to allow light in from the room above. Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton

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The Basement Guest Quarters

A few of the basement guest quarter features include 10′ ceilings, over-sized window wells, and a separate walkout entry. It also includes a 1 bedroom guest apartment, a 2nd bedroom, media room, living room with fireplace, and gym. There are two bathrooms in basement. The floors throughout are tumbled grey travertine pavers with radiant heat.

We’ll begin with a look at those fantastic travertine pavers in what will be the guest quarters living room.

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Another angle of the same living room area of the guest quarters. Yankee Barn Homes East Hampton

 

A nod to the exterior board and baton is found in one of the two guest lavatories.

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Please check back early next week ( March 6th, 2012) when I will feature the second part of this article on the stunning English Barn style Yankee Barn which is being built next door to this traditional board and baton barn home. The only thing better than one Yankee Barn Home is two Yankee Barn Homes, sitting side by side in East Hampton, NY. Wow!

 

This Post Has 2 Comments
  1. I think your caption of the great room photograph is incorrect. I don’t think that is a “mirrored faux” window – I think it is an actual window looking into the stairway and upstairs landing. You can actually see the handrail and skylight through the window.

    This is an increadible house!

    1. Hi Tom,
      When you’re right, you’re RIGHT! Thanks for the keen eye – heading in to change my caption this minute!!
      Thanks – Beambabe

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