Penllyn, PA

The Stable at Meadow Farm was built in the 1920s with the rest of the farm complex. Its massive, handsome exterior forms belie the surprisingly varied interior spaces. It stabled up to fourteen horses with tack room and granary, stanchions for two milk cows, cover for farm tractors and wagons and loft quarters for the Farm Manager.

The stable as converted. Principal rooms look out into the stable yard.

These spaces lent themselves readily for conversion to residential use. One hayloft became a series of bedrooms, another a two story space above the Living Room, the Manager's quarters became the Master Bedroom and equipment room the Dining Room and Kitchen. And the granary a cozy sewing room.

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