Home has classic Farmhouse exterior

This Ohio Farmhouse features a unique-but-familiar exterior that fans of Farmhouses are sure to love. The main face of the building is made of painted brick instead of wood, but the white coating helps the house keep its classic country aesthetic. The exterior porch also has unpainted wooden support beams that provide a stark color contrast with the white walls.
This six-bedroom five-and-a-half bathroom house has over 5900 square feet and was built by 3 Pillars Homes.
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Inside, the living features exposed wooden supports and hardwood floors. Ample space allows for a wide variety of furniture arrangements, and a brick fireplace serves as a focal centerpiece. 
The dining room features floor-to-ceiling windows that allow light to pour in. The chandelier probably isn't everyone's favorite, but with more antique furniture the room would really pop. 
The kitchen is very modern, which will likely turn off a lot of classic Farmhouse lovers. Would you change it? How would you do it?
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It's hard to argue with that exterior! What a beautiful Farmhouse!
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