The post and beam barn, built in the late nineteenth century and meticulously restored in 2012 to preserve the original structure’s authentic charm, offers 2,400 square feet of entertaining space. Three whimsically sophisticated chandeliers designed and crafted by local sculptor, Joe Lops, and dragonfly-etched sconces radiate a warm elegance throughout.
Formerly a chicken coop, The BAR at Flanagan Farm has been re-fashioned with reclaimed barn wood, Carrera marble countertops, a vintage slate sink and floor to ceiling wine storage enclosed by chicken wire cabinetry.
The gentlemen's hayloft lounge, located just above the bar and accessed by a grand staircase from the barn, is furnished with a mahogany leather Chesterfield sofa, a pair of overstuffed, striped chairs and vintage Turkish Kilim rug.
The custom, twelve-foot windowed rear barn doors open onto a bluestone patio, manicured grounds and a cleared six-acre pasture, or to dinner and cocktail tents should you choose to have them.