The Creamery

A creamery, built in the 1880s on the golden plains of central Montana, left to languish, roofless and abandoned. A lonely ruin now reborn as an ethereal emblem of timeless design. The anonymous Scottish stonemasons who originally laid the two-foot-thick walls would be proud of its resurrection as a custom residence rich with soul.

—  Houzz
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