Converted house, barn, garage, or business? I have no idea, but it certainly captured our attention as we drove through the very small town of Lee, New Hampshire, early last Saturday.
I love a building with a history, and this one certainly seems to have one. Was that a hay loft opening at the top that was closed up at some point? Is the main ‘residential’ entrance on the left based upon the door and trim? The dormer on the top right is quite interesting and looks like it would have increased ceiling height for a living area. But, that is a huge garage door on the lower level. Truck or RV parked inside? Business repairing vehicles including large ones?
As you can tell, it captured our attention, but we really have no idea about its origin or if it has a current use. I do know the home owner across the road which is how we ran across it. So, I will reach out to her for more info and report back on Monday when I tell you about our real reason for being in the area.
Happy Thursday, friends. I’m out raking leaves this morning and then a little sewing this afternoon. Branches and sticks all picked up, containers brought out, potting benches set up, new patio furniture bought, and perennials starting to surface. Ah, spring, it really is here. I’m a happy woman. 🌷