This adorable 1905 farmhouse is located in southern Indiana – affectionately known as Amish country.
The idyllic spread includes a barnyard and four gardens with two fountains.
The owner has graciously allowed House Crazy Sarah to share these photos.
Let’s have a look inside!
This charming home has three bedrooms, one bathroom, a basement, large bay dining room, 1923 kitchen stove, and Amish renovations on the roof, floor, cabinets, and windows. Plus lots of fuzzy critters.
A cozy spot for goat warming!
The home is decorated with fun finds and meaningful mementos which gives it a one-of-a-kind personality.
The fun, eclectic kitchen:
Below you can see the vintage 1923 stove:
How cool is that?!
Here’s the cheerful dining room a.k.a ‘Candy Cane Lane’:
Now let’s have a look around the well-loved yard…
Goats aren’t the only animal residents here…
The home’s blue exterior paint color is so deep and vibrant – it accentuates the cottage’s form and makes it a real standout!
Every details around this home is attended to…
More goats and a little human:
The goat residents romp freely around here…
The surrounding fields…
So much simple beauty in Amish country!
This little blue farmhouse fits right in to its scenic neighborhood.
Who could live here happy as a carefree goat?
Thank you to Brandi for sharing these photos of your precious farmstead!