Post Built in 1860, this Amish built barn was constructed in north central Indiana just before the outbreak of the Civil War. This excellent example of early hand-hewned, post & beam construction was carefully dismantled and transported to the Durango area where it was rebuilt exactly as it originally stood. Located just seven miles outside of Durango, the ‘barn’ includes a 30 foot high living-dining-kitchen area, one King and five Queen beds, four bathrooms, with plenty of parking and wonderful views (see north porch view above). Furnished with antiques from the Colonial to Civil War period, the barn is trimmed out with 160 year-old wood from the barn. Situated on 11 acres there is plenty of room to walk the property, enjoy the views, and enjoy all that Durango has to offer.
Also available for families . . . a high chair, pac-n-play, and misc. baby items!
There are two sides of the barn that can be connected. Rent one side of the barn, or both. Each side is priced seperately . . . please see Curry Barn 2 for a full descriptions of the South side and prices.
The North side has a king in the master, queen in the second and third bedrooms, and 2 queens in the loft. Enjoy a full kitchen with plenty of seating, and a comfortable living room.
The South side has a queen in the master. There is an upstairs loft with a queen sized sofa sleeper. This side also has a full kitchen and eating area.
Combine both sides for an incredible family retreat, room for everyone!
Admit it, wouldn't you rather be here?