Slide 4: Converted Stone Barn

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Built in 1905 to serve the McKinney family estate in Suffern, New York, this 8,600-square-foot stone barn was later converted to a recording studio, known as Bear Tracks, by Jay Beckenstein, founder of jazz-fusion band Spyro Gyra. The current owners renovated the barn as an upscale, state-of-the-art private home featuring vintage, three-foot-thick stone walls and restored oak ceiling beams.


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