The Scale House

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The Scale House is a two-level structure, built in 2001, from a grain bin capable of holding 25,000 bushels. The main floor houses two offices, access to the 80 ft. scale for weighing truck loads, and a kitchenette. Guests sleep on the second floor surrounded by Vance Ehmke’s handcrafted beds, desks, and trunks.

Check us out in Mother Earth News! — How to Build a Grain Bin House

Nominee for 8 Wonders of Kansas Architecture — Kansas Sampler #37

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