No, I think that I win the hill-billy contest ;) ours arent even actual stalls! Our horses all live out in the pasture, but these are our quarentine pens. There are six of them, and as you can see- we store our trackless train, tractor, and wood in it when they aren't being used XD Each 'stall' has a 15x30 foot run though, which is nice.
(its to the right and behind the girl and Sparkie)
Then theres our deck and 'tack room' which is actually just a very large shipping container that we built hooks and saddle racks onto ;) there a feed container in the back too, behind the playset.
Definitely very fortunate to keep my quarter pony and minis here! It is an Amish modular barn. It was awesome watching them bring it in... They brought it in one half at a time on this huge trailer with lots of motorized wheels. Once it was set and secured to the foundation, the Amish builders came out and did the roof and doors. Love it!
It used to be 30' x 40' with 2 stalls and a run in. Well, we added another 10' off the front for 2 larger stalls and a tack room. Then added the porch part as well. We had 6 stalls in here at once, and then we didn't have 6 horses anymore so we took out the 2 larger ones and made it into a hay storage section. It works out well for us. It's not a top A rated barn but I like it and the horses love it. It used to be an ugly pale/rusty blue but my dad and I resided it last year to the hunter green to go with our "color theme" Our house is dark wooden log with a green roof. My dad had a new pole barn constructed 2 years ago and had done with green and white. And then it just looked bad with the green and blue out back so we redid the horse barn. LoL. You can see the pole barn in a few of the pictures. That's my dad's play area/workshop/paint shop/leave the women alone shop. I LOVE the big sliding doors, makes it very easy to drive through with the hay wagon.