Barn Stable Antiques is well known throughout the Midwest as a premier source for high quality, early American antiques and has been featured in Country Living, Midwest Living and Redbook magazines. And, most recently, Early American Life Magazine.
Nestled on 10 acres located near Fremont, Indiana, in the heart of Steuben County, Barn Stable is an antique collector's dream. The Barn Stable is a remodeled 1870 bank barn with handlaid brick floors and fieldstone fireplaces that overlooks a golf course, pond and beautifully landscaped grounds.
Family owned and operated for 47 years, owners Pat and Don Helton specialize in early American primitive and fine antiques. In addition, you'll also find accessory items including a large selection of early American samplers, authentic and reproduction lighting, reproduction tinware, decoys, crockery, lamps, baskets, handwoven rugs and linens. There are also many oils, watercolors and prints.
Store Hours (May - August)
Open Daily 10AM - 5PM
Store Hours (September - December)
Weekends Only or By Appointment (260) 495-3416
Store Hours (January - April)
By Appointment (260) 495-3416
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The Barn Stable House was featured in the December 2012 issue of Early American Life Magazine.