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Enjoy a 1786 Historic "Treasure"- William Stark

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William Stark Room - Enjoy a circa 1786 Revolutionary War era, relocated NH barn/lodge filled with New England antiques located on a working farm surrounded by wilderness preserves and bike trails. The Tampa Tribune calls Stark Barn "a museum that you can sleep in".

Other rooms in the barn/lodge include The Major General John Stark, the Caleb Stark, The Molly Stark and the Archibald Stark rooms, all listed on AirBNB.
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The William Stark Bedroom on the second floor of Stark Barn is finished in its 200 year old barn rustic wood and offers a queen size bed, antique dressers, cable TV and shared hallway bathroom and shower. Two master bedrooms with private bath are located on the same floor; if those rooms are unoccupied, then guests can use those bathrooms.

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Quests have access to the entire barn lodge. The 1st floor is the common area for use by all guests and includes wine room, laundry and bathroom, a professional kitchen, family/TV room, a chapel and two private offices reserved for your hosts. The barn lodge offers central air conditioning of all common areas and individual control of the temperature in each of the guest bedrooms.

The 2nd floor at Stark Barn is the private sleeping area offering three queen bedrooms (with community bath) and two large king suites (with private baths), The master bedrooms offer king beds and the quest bedrooms offer queen beds with 2nd floor sitting area equipped with cable TV, computer and writing desks.

The interior of the lodge includes original barn wood offsetting drywall and used for all flooring planks throughout the barn. Even the kitchen cabinets and vanities are made from 200 year old original barn wood. The barn/lodge is outfitted with New England antiques and furniture from the 1700's and 1800's. We added modern beds and leather couches, love seats and reclining chairs for comfort for our guests.

Stark Barn has Cable TVs in all bedrooms, sitting areas and family rooms. Free internet access is available.

Guests are allowed access to the property adjoining the barn/lodge. There are wilderness areas and pastures surrounding Stark Barn that have wildlife and livestock. Wild deer and turkeys traverse the farm pastures almost daily. For safety, guests are not allowed in the pastures without accompanied by your hosts.

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The barn was said to be originally built by Major General John Stark for his son Caleb. John Stark was a Major General in the Continental Army who fought at the Battle of Bunker Hill and Battle of Bennington, Stark coined the inspirational state motto for New Hampshire “live free or die". Come and relive history at Stark Barn; this is a very unique experience and a “must stay" as the 1776 era is depicted in pictures, books, antiques and in the spirit of the barn.

William Stark (April 1, 1724 – August 27, 1776) was a Revolutionary War era officer. He was the brother of celebrated Revolutionary war hero John Stark.

Early life

William Stark was born in Londonderry, New Hampshire.[1] He was with his brother John Stark, David Stinson and Amos Eastman, hunting along the Baker River, a tributary of the Pemigewasset River, on 28 April 1752, when John Stark and Amos Eastman were captured and David Stinson was killed by Abenaki Indians. William escaped in his canoe after being warned by his brother.

Career

During the French and Indian War Stark commanded a company of Rogers' Rangers in northern New York and Nova Scotia where he served under James Rogers. He took part in the assaults on Fortress Louisbourg in 1758, the St. John River Campaign and Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759. Early in the American Revolution, Stark did not join the New Hampshire Militia forces in the Siege of Boston, but the sounds of the Battle of Bunker Hill could be heard at his home in Dunbarton, New Hampshire, and he left on his swiftest horse to fight, but he arrived too late and the battle had already ended.

Both General John Sullivan and Colonel Jonathan Moulton recommended Stark to command the new regiment being raised in New Hampshire for service with the Continental Army in the invasion of Canada, but the New Hampshire General Assembly gave the command to Timothy Bedel, a former subordinate of Stark's. Stark, feeling ill-used by his home state, left for New York City, which was occupied by the British Army, and offered his services to them. The British made him a lieutenant colonel of Loyalist troops.

Stark's property in New Hampshire was confiscated by the revolutionary government.

Death

Stark died from injuries he received in falling from his horse in Long Island, New York during the Battle of Long Island on August 27, 1776.

William Stark" he is buried in: Lyme Plain Cemetery in Lyme, Grafton County, New Hampshire 29I".

Personal life

William Stark was the son of Archibald and Eleanor Nichols Stark and the older brother of General John Stark, the hero of the Battle of Bennington. He married Mary Stinson on February 22, 1754 and they had seven children: William JR., John, Archibald, Mary, Stephen, Thomas, and James.[3]


A book with the Memoir and Official Correspondence of General John Stark with Notices of Several Other Officers of the American Revolution written by his son Caleb Stark is available in each room

Stark Barn is located one mile from the Suncoast Expressway, a toll road linking with Tampa Airport and close to the cities of Tampa, Stark Barn offers a large stone front porch with rocking chairs all for watching bicyclers and joggers traversing on the Upper Tampa Bay Trail.
Plenty of parking onsite. WARNING. You must cross an active bike trail to enter the grounds. We have our own stop signs and everyone must come to a full stop.
William Stark Room - Enjoy a circa 1786 Revolutionary War era, relocated NH barn/lodge filled with New England antiques located on a working farm surrounded by wilderness preserves and bike trails. The Tampa Tribune calls Stark Barn "a museum that you can sleep in".

Other rooms in the barn/lodge include The Major General John Stark, the Caleb Stark, The Molly Stark and the Archibald Stark rooms, all liste…
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Stark Barn is located in Odessa, Florida, a semi-rural equestrian community 20 minutes outside Tampa, Florida. The lodge fronts on a dedicated paved bike trail which traverses through protected wilderness areas and extends three counties north along the Suncoast Highway to Hernando County, Florida. Eventually, the Upper Tampa Bay Bike Trail will connect Stark Barn to St Petersburg, Florida when the missing links are complete.

The Suncoast Trail is a 42-mile paved trail that stretches from Hillsborough County through Pasco and ending in Hernando County. The shared path is owned by Florida Department of Transportation, Turnpike Enterprise, and operated and maintained by the three counties' Parks and Recreation Departments. The majority of the trail is in Pasco County which is 21.6 miles long.
This trail is part of Florida's statewide system of greenways and trails. You can explore maps and descriptions for this and other trails in Florida at their website. There are benches along the entire trail and some sheltered tables as well. You will find two wildlife viewing areas on the Pasco section of the trail. Current access to the trail is available at all crossing of public roads.
You will find certain amenities at some of the intersections such as a port-o-let, restroom, public telephone, water supply or cooler and four information kiosks.
Stark Barn also lies within the Brooker Creek Headwaters, a 1,100 acre wilderness preserve that surrounds the Stark Barn property with hiking trails clearly marked by Hillsborough County. Deer and turkey roam the wilderness area daily and most times join our livestock in our farm property.
Stark Farm is one of two private properties within the Brooker Creek Headwaters. The headwaters preserve contain the largest area of contiguous natural habitat remaining in northwest Hillsborough County, public ownership of this preserve ensures protection of important wildlife habitat and the site's wetlands, which serve as the headwaters of the Brooker Creek system. This property includes a mosaic of forested swamps, floodplains and low-lying uplands. The uplands include pine flatwoods, xeric oak hammocks, and mixed hardwood and pine prairies.

Since 1993, Hillsborough County staff has performed a number of resource inventories that identified an abundance of wildlife and vegetation, some of which are considered threatened or endangered. For this reason, recreational activities on the property are limited to walking and hiking. Jointly acquired by the District and Hillsborough County, the property is managed by Hillsborough County.
Stark Barn is located in Odessa, Florida, a semi-rural equestrian community 20 minutes outside Tampa, Florida. The lodge fronts on a dedicated paved bike trail which traverses through protected wilderness areas…

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John is a retired executive from the engineering and construction industry and Martha is a retired business executive a NYSE document solutions company. Martha and I are living a Christian life with extended family and friends, farming, faith, favor, fun and fulfillment in Odessa, Florida. We have been blessed with preserving Stark Barn on our family farm at Stark Farms..We are boating folks blessed with blue water sailing New England on S/Y Acadia (Newport, Rhode Island) during the summer season. Five things that we cannot live without - Jesus, each other, faith, family and friends.
John is a retired executive from the engineering and construction industry and Martha is a retired business executive a NYSE document solutions company. Martha and I are living a C…
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Your hosts live just three miles from Stark Barn and will welcome you personally, if in town. Otherwise, a caretaker for Stark Farms lives on the property 24/7 in a separate building and is available to handle any of your needs.
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