The post and beam barn, built in 1887 and meticulously restored in 2009 to preserve the original structure’s authentic charm, offers 1,750 square feet of entertaining space. Wrought-iron chandeliers and dragonfly-etched sconces radiate a warm elegance throughout.
The former chicken coop, fully open to the barn, is home to The Bar on Walnut Hill, which is fashioned from reclaimed barn wood. Cozy up to a vintage tractor-seat barstool to order a favorite draught—of your choosing—on tap.
Two pairs of French doors, accessible through both the barn and bar, open onto a granite patio and manicured grounds dotted with perennial gardens—or to dinner and cocktail tents should you choose to have them.