Oklahoma Ranch House With Historic Style

There’s a reason this sprawling homestead blends in so beautifully with its 40 acres of wooded land - all of the interior and exterior stone was quarried on the property. Rough-hewn rustic timbers and barn wood rub shoulders with crisp metalwork and stately antiques to create one-of-a-kind atmosphere.

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Photo By: Simon Hurst Photography

Stone House Exterior and Black Porch

Bark siding and rough-hewn wood are thoughtfully combined with locally-quarried stone to make up the house's exterior.

Stone Farmhouse Exterior and Entry

The stone used to build this farmhouse was all quarried on the 40-acre property. It is set with raked mortar, creating a dry-stacked appearance.

Rustic Stone Foyer With Round Ottoman

The entry way creates a strong style impression immediately, cloaked as it is in stone on all sides and punctuated by thick wood beams. Steel-and-glass sliding doors open up the space to the outdoors.

Rustic Foyer With Red Chairs

Period ranch architecture is the inspiration behind this ranch home's careful design. Stone walls were intended to look dry stacked (they're held together with raked mortar). Interior walls feature reclaimed wood panels, seamed via a chinking process.

Rustic Open Plan Kitchen With Green Cabinetry

In this kitchen, hunter green cabinets feel perfectly in keeping with the home's rustic aesthetic. Elsewhere in the large open concept space, local stone and barnwood continue the mood.

Rustic Open Plan Kitchen With Green Island

The Oklahoma house's main interior is wide open, its big size enhanced by thick rough-hewn beams, stone walls and unfinished wood details. The kitchen takes up one end and feeds easily into a sitting area.

Rustic Open Plan Kitchen With Green Cabinetry

The house is full of charm, with huge stone walls—the stones sourced from local quarries—and reclaimed wood beams. The kitchen has a large island in its center to gather around when making meals.

Rustic Chef Kitchen With Green Cabinets

This kitchen has all the props of a high-end restaurant (chef-grade appliances, tons of countertop prep space), as well as the rustic charm of a cozy cabin in the woods. Forest green cabinets blend harmoniously with all the stone and unfinished wood.

Green Rustic Kitchen With Green Glasses

The kitchen's green cabinets get a surprising dose of lightness with a sprinkling of glass-front upper cabinets. In them, pretty glassware and dishes are specially highlighted.

Rustic Dining Room With Sliding Doors

The interior echoes a rustic log cabin in looks. Timbers and barnwood surround the dining table. Steel doors slide back to connect the room with patios on both sides.

Rustic Dining Room With Ladder Back Chairs

The house has large windows and sliding metal doors that welcome in vistas of the 40-acre property.

Rustic Open Plan Dining Area With Green Chairs

The kitchen's cabinets are green, so the dining area connects to that space with a collection of green armchairs. Color can be a great unifying element in a large, open concept layout.

Rustic Great Room With Green Armchairs

This great room is huge and full of natural elements: different woods, stone, views of the outdoors. The main touch of color is green, welcoming in more of the natural world!

Rustic Home Office With Green Cabinets

The house's noble, architectural design is shown to beautiful advantage in the home office. Here, the rough-hewn wood walls are the star attraction. The room ends with views out to the forest.

Rustic Bedroom With Red Leather Armchairs

This room can be used in a few different ways: Slide the large, barn-style door closed and the space is divided into a bedroom with bunk beds, as well as a sitting area. It can also be used as a large playroom or game room.

Rustic Bedroom With Seamed Wood Panels

This bedroom would be right at home in the Little House on the Prairie world with its chinked together wood panels and simple furnishings.

Rustic Bathroom With Green Cabinets

The color green is used throughout the home, seen here on the bathroom cabinets. Its one of the way the design creates a sense a harmony, despite the home's huge footprint.

Rustic Bathroom With Paneling

A glorious soaking tub fits perfectly in this cozy nook beneath a window. All around are the rustic textures used throughout the home, including wood panels with seams and stone walls.

Rustic Bedroom With Twin Sofas

This bedroom balances out its more rustic details with elegant elements, like the four-poster bed and twinkling light features.

Rustic Small Bathroom With Copper Tub

It's not big, but boy, is this bathroom charming! Check out that adorable copper soaking tub, sure to ease the aches of long days in the saddle.

Brown and White Porch Sitting Area

The seating on this porch is very flexible and can be easily rearranged depending on the size of the group. It also offers spillover room from the nearby outdoor dining area.

Stone Porch With Sitting Area

This blissful porch makes it easy to get outside to enjoy a meal, or just a change of scene. There's enough space for comfortable sitting and dining areas.

Porch With Dining Table

The land around the house dips down and away, leading to a natural pond. The peaceful scene is the beautiful setting for outdoor meals on the porch.

Patio With Small Pool

The small pool and patio have a fun watering hole appeal, a spot to gather and relax, with a shady porch nearby.

Stone Ranch House Exterior and Back Patio

This ranch home features stone and wood architectural details, both inside and out. Out back, a deep porch connects to an appealing patio, with a petite pool and fire pit.

Covered Patio and Porch

The house takes its name from a native plant, Bittersweet, that grows all around the property. Steel doors make it easy to head outside to the wraparound porches, outdoor kitchen or a ramble on the 40 acres.

Backyard With Stone Retaining Wall

This Tulsa home's 40 acres include a mix of wooded land, a pond, and grassy lawns that come up close to the house.

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