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Upstairs is a hayloft and an office with a kitchenette and half bath.
The pièce de résistance is the vast living area on the second floor, which was originally the hayloft.
The two-level building also has a bunkhouse upstairs in a former hayloft that can sleep 10 people.
As the Holocaust and World War II persisted, Dillard recalls hiding in haylofts and wagons to elude the Nazis.
As cows grazed on green fields last week, barn restorer Michael Stitt crouched in the hayloft and, with a winch, hand-tightened a chain and cable wrapped around the beams of the barn's upper wall.
Once a rat in its haste jumped from the hayloft onto my shoulder, using it as a springboard to the floor.
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HAYLOFT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hayloft for English Language Learners
: the upper part of a barn where hay is stored
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