A barn in disrepair was lovingly and painstakingly taken apart piece by piece, labeled, cleaned and moved. A new foundation and a new structure of floating steel and polished concrete set as the new home for the 150 year old hand hewn barn frame. The barn was re-made with external superstructure made of balloon framing designed for high lateral wind loads and SIPs locked for continuous high insulated roof structure. The interior was carefully crafted of locally quarried blue stone, sustainably forested trees milled less than 5 miles away from the home site. Soaring ceilings and big views frame this grand modern barn home and the cascading hills and farm lands that surround it.