Gorgeous Farmhouses We Can't Get Enough Of
Whether it's the architectural details, sprawling porches, or just excess of charm, one thing is certain: We're all about farmhouses' classic style. And like the families on We Bought the Farm, we're craving the country life. Check out these incredible farmhouses we're ready to ditch the city life for.
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This pristine, white home is the quintessential example of a farmhouse that wows. The gorgeous porch and expansive lawn are icing on the cake of this picturesque classic.
Green with Envy
This green farmhouse is beyond charming. The bright colors, sweet design details on the windows and doors, and beautifully curated garden give the quaint home multiple layers of character.
Tucked away in an expanse of lush lawn on Orcas Island, off the coast of Washington, this red farmhouse is a pop of contrasting color. What’s better? It has gorgeous views of the water, which homeowners can enjoy from their whitewashed porch.
With coastal charm and farmhouse build, this seaside home in Georgia has the best of both worlds. Topped off with prime views of the ocean. What more could you ask for?
Tiptoe through the, well, flowers, to this bright white farmhouse. The perfectly manicured garden is just one feature that really makes this classic home pop.
While this majestic stone farmhouse is an architectural gem during daylight hours, nighttime is when it really shines. The locally sourced stone veneer takes a back seat to the warm, welcoming glow that radiates out of the entire home.
General Store Style
Yet another charming example of a classic farmhouse, we’d move into this traditional treasure anytime. It perfectly balances modern elements (the vertical siding) with more old-school style (like that fantastic porch).
Was this home once an old barn? The clever design details of this farmhouse are meant to beg that question. And the large pergola adds an extra dose of character to the front porch.
This understated farmhouse embodies classic Americana style. Plus, the combination of soft yellow walls and red roof make for a warm and inviting exterior.
Bright and Bold
It doesn't get much more farmhouse than this distinct home, thanks to its bright red walls, white trim and dark roof.
Nestled in a lush forest setting, this home is a modern take on classic farmhouse style.
At 3,000 square feet, this farmhouse is hardly quaint. But the gorgeous deck and architectural details help preserve it's traditional appeal. That breathtaking sunset view sure doesn't hurt either!
This farmhouse takes it back to basics with natural wood support beams, porch railings and fence. Fixer Upper's Chip and Joana Gaines updated this classic with a fresh coat of blue paint and crisp landscaping.
We're ready to move into this massive farmhouse ASAP. With a majestic porch, backyard pool and tropical-inspired landscape, this home check every box on our "wildest dream home" list.
The metal roof on this home gives off a radiant blue shine, which perfectly contrasts the white-washed walls and brick details (along with the fall foliage!).
This 1920s home offers a more urban take on the traditional farmhouse style. We love that this home packs so many details without feeling over-designed—like the stonework pathway, courtyard, pergola and luscious landscaping.
This natural stone path surrounded by colorful flowers is the perfect, welcoming entryway to this beautiful farmhouse.
This secluded farm-home in Queenstown, New Zealand may look petite against the sprawling landscape, but it actually boasts three spacious bedrooms and bathrooms.
While it's a pretty modern building, this stone and stucco home was actually inspired by a traditional Italian farmhouse.
Yet another contemporary variation of classic farmhouse design, the HGTV Green Home 2012 is somewhere we certainly wouldn't mind taking up residence.
This farmhouse-style estate in Malibu, CA balances its luxurious pool and pool house with an ample rustic design charm.
Meant to look like an old stone farmhouse ranch, the design of this home plays with soft colors and a repetition of texture to keep the style consistent throughout.
Under the Stars
This contemporary color-blocked farmhouse is ready for entertaining. It even has brick patio equipped with a fire pit and iron chairs for nights of roasting marshmallows and gazing at the stars!
At 6,500 square feet and 13 rooms, this breathtaking farmhouse-style estate in the Pemberton Valley of Canada nearly rivals the beauty of its snow-peaked mountain view.
On the other end of the farmhouse spectrum lies this petite 690-square-foot home. But don't be deceived by its size—the country cottage still includes a kitchen, laundry area, bedroom, workspace and even an outdoor area!
Treehouse or farmhouse? The array of trees in the front yard of this Kiawah Island home in South Carolina create a fun, tropical vibe.
With a bright blue exterior and crisp white trim, this adorable farmhouse is both elegant and inviting.
A stacked stone and stucco exterior give this classic Texas-style farmhouse a modern twist.
Pop of Red
The bright red shutters and door of this California home add a beautifully bold contrast to the whitewashed exterior we absolutely adore.
If you're looking to escape everything and move to a countryside farmhouse, we've found the perfect abode. This dreamy home lies on a large plot of land and includes a lovely wraparound porch—offering ample options for soaking in sunshine and fresh air.