Really nice photos in this Amish home listing. This one is located in Gladwin County, Michigan, and actually just sold. Reader Seth Elmore who sends this in notes that this community is similar to Kenton, Ohio, which would make it one of the more conservative. This happened to be his uncle’s home (Seth has Amish roots).

The description via realtor.com:

Like New-built in 2018, beautiful farmhouse features bright white siding with a tin roof. Enjoy your days from this rocking chair front porch. Located on 20 acres in Butman township. Two barns: Large barn that is perfect for horses and cows. Plus a separate workshop. Expansive farmhouse, is approx. 3, 888 sq. ft. plus a full unfinished basement. Gorgeous Cherry hardwood floors. Open large kitchen with breakfast room. Private bedroom on main level. Second floor features 3 bedrooms. Separate office. 31 x 19 playroom/bonus rm. Well on property.

There are four bedrooms listed and zero bathrooms. Have a look at some photos.

Entering the kitchen.

I really like this shot. Whoever took these has an eye for photography.

This room feels very long. Lots of space for family gatherings though not a lot of seats currently in the room.

Basement.

Pantry and coolers where this family probably keeps things that need to be frozen or low-temp. Unlike many other Amish homes, there wouldn’t be any sort of natural gas or propane refrigeration in this home.

Now the bedrooms. Downstairs bedroom, which would be the parents’ room.

Upstairs, the flooring in the bedrooms is pretty much all unfinished. Or, perhaps this is considered “finished” in this Amish group.

Also an unfinished upstairs area where they’ve got a sleeping spot for someone.

Another unfinished space with a bed tucked away behind a desk.

View out the window.

A closer look at that barn you see.

What’s that smaller unpainted structure?

As I mentioned this place has been sold already. The price?

The property went for $240,000. It was represented on the seller’s side by Karen L Dull of Sugar Springs Real Estate and by Melanie Levasseur of Re/Max River Haven on the buyer’s side. I’m assuming one of them took the photos here. Great shots of a very nice property.

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