Some one will bulldoze the house and outbuilding and perhaps build on the site. The view is gorgeous. I'm sure when the original owners of the house built they too stood on the hillside and thought about waking up in the morning to those gently rolling hills and valleys.
Then again they may have just been practical German farmers who saw the land as rich and fertile and the placement of the house, barn and outbuildings as practical for getting back and forth to one another.
I wasn't even aware that there was a "layout", for different ethnic groups of farmers, that arrived here, in Wisconsin, to build.
Apparently, because of the weather barns were always positioned in one direction and on one side of the main house, etc.
I read it in a Barns of Wisconsin book.
I didn't retain enough to tell you more.
If you are interested you'll have to do your own research on that subject.
Murphy and I are off to do adventureres things today. Our capes are ironed and our goggles are cleaned. Check your skies we might be flying by today.
WHY ARE YOU LOOKING UP AT THE SKY? GO CREATE! :)Bea