May 1, 2018
ODESSA — Not many barns are topped by a cupola.
Then again, not many barns were built by a Revolutionary War hero.
The owners shipped an historic Barn built in the 1700’s in New Hampshire, built by one of the signers of the Constitution and rebuilt it as a bed and breakfast.
May 2, 2018
Retired Odessa resident John Zumwalt III bought the barn in 2013. Then, he had the barn dismantled, moved to Odessa and then restored and reassembled! The Stark Barn becomes a living history center and lodging house. Featuring colonial-era crafts and farming education, it’s perhaps the oldest barn in Florida.
January 22, 2019
The Barn at Stark Farms came to be back in the 1700s when General John Stark and his son built it on their family farm in New Hampshire. John Stark was a devoted military man who fought in the French & Indian War, the Revolutionary War, and several battles, such as Bunker Hill, Trenton and Princeton, and Bennington.
February 25, 2019
God, Family, Country comes alive at Stark Farms. We can feel the ambiance in the Barn. The Pastors from our church feel God’s presence, our family escapes the busyness of their businesses and crowded schedules, and we salute the men and women who believe in our sovereign nation and America’s rightful place in this world