This gorgeous home on Michigan's west side is the perfect combination of farm life and luxury. A once-working 1920s barn, it has since been converted into a beautiful Airbnb.

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This rustic old barn is located in Allegan, about 25 miles northwest of Kalamazoo.

Inside v. Outside - The Contrast is Real

As you take a look at the pictures below, you'll notice how different the inside and outside really are. Your first impression - looking at the property from the outside - is that it's a run-of-the-mill barn. But once you're inside, you'll feel like you're at home with all the creature comforts you're used to.

According to the Airbnb listing, the downstairs area has been refurbished with stone walls and wood-beamed architecture. The living and dining areas are spacious and roomy. There's a well-equipped kitchen, laundry room, and a bedroom with a queen-sized bed.

On the second floor, you'll find a secondary living room and dining area which is perfect for entertaining, and another bedroom.

On the third floor, there's a king-sized bed in the loft that overlooks the second floor.

Alpacas, Chickens, and More

Did we mention that Bear Creek Farm is also a working alpaca and chicken farm? Guests have access to the animals (under the close supervision of staff members) and can enjoy everything nature has to offer on the farm.

There's also a hot tub and sauna on the premises.

The listing notes that the WiFi and cell service aren't that great in the area, which the host points out gives guests more opportunities to enjoy nature and time with family.

This Old Barn is Now a Beautiful Three-Story Home

This old 1920s working barn in West Michigan has been converted into an absolutely beautiful Airbnb home.

Gallery Credit: George McIntyre

This Lovely Home Once Belonged to a Real Life Michigan Gangster

You don't have to be a gangster to live in this Detroit home built in 1928, but it could bring peace of mind knowing that your house is 'gangster ready' in the event your life takes an unexpected turn.

According to the Detroit Free Press, this home located in the historic Palmer Woods residential district, once belonged to Joseph Burnstein. Burnstein and his brothers were notorious members of the Purple Gang in the 1920s, reputed for wreaking havoc in the city during Prohibition.

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Gallery Credit: George McIntyre

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