As requested here is the barn tour. The photos are my standard crap, but at least I had the excuse of a storm rolling in and making it difficult. At least that is my story and I am sticking to it.
The barn is relatively new (I think it was redone in 2013 when the lady bought the property). Right now it has three stalls, but a couple more could be put in if desired. I don't have the desire, because really I don't need a barn full of horses. (Remind me that I said that when I have a barn full of horses in a couple of years.)
There are two areas for hay storage. It is a little less than ideal to store hay in the barn, but it will work. My awesome uncle sent me with some grass hay from last year.
The stalls are quite large and equipped with automatic heated waters. They have dutch doors on the back. The fronts have a door to open for feeding. The actual stall door has the bar slider that tricky ponies can't open (huge plus because I don't want mine to learn how to unlock doors). They have rubber floors and in general are amazing.
Each of the stalls opens up into a run and all of the runs connect down to the paddock. You could potentially leave it so the horses can come and go as the please, paddock only, run only, stall only, or any combination in-between. All without having to catch and lead.
There are two large paddocks. One (pictured) has the shed in it and the other is all open. The one downside is there is no grass. I am considering trying to get grass into the open paddock, but I don't know if it is worth the effort.
This is the open shed in the paddock. Not much to say about it other than the orientation of it is spot on from what I have seen of the weather so far. I am honestly considering just using this and skipping the stalls unless there is going to be a blizzard. I will see how that plays out.
Another heated automatic waterer on the side of the shed. I am still going to supplement it with a large water trough, but it is nice to have.
The barn has a wash pad next to it, which is amazing. I don't think I will need to turn it into cross ties, but I have the possibility. And the way the pad was poured, there shouldn't be any worry about drainage or settling.
The tack room is a bit of a mess right now, so be prepared to be spammed with all sorts of "How do I organize this shit?" posts. Either way I have a mini fridge in there (fully intend to stock with beer so I can hide down there and drink when my mom makes me crazy). It has a sink with hot and cold water (tankless water heater). There is a heater for when it gets cold. She says she just sets it to low and hasn't had to worry about things freezing.
I absolutely love this barn and I haven't figured out anything I don't like about it yet. Everything seems to be really well thought out and convenient to use. I am sure some little things will pop up once I have horses in it, but I am so excited.