9145 N Casstown-Sidney Rd | Piqua, Ohio
This pattern was selected because the owners wanted to choose a pattern that was a traditional country print. They also cut wood for their wood burning stove to heat the house in the winter, so this pattern fit that theme as well.
The barn, built in 1985, is a pole barn style constructed of metal siding and wood frame. The current owner’s parents purchased the property in 1952, and because the original barn was in such poor shape, it was torn down. Today, the barn is used for machine storage and housing for Boer Goats and Belgian Draft Horses, which are raised on the farm. They also have a very vocal donkey that oversees the barnyard activities!
Located East of Piqua. Take U.S. Rt. 36 east of I-75 and turn north on N. Casstown-Sidney Rd. Just property is north of Snyder Rd. on the east side. Visitors are welcome to pull in the farm lane and park to view the quilt pattern.