The owners named the place Hupomone Ranch; “hupomone” is a biblical term meaning “joyful endurance and steadfastness.” It’s an apt moniker, as that is exactly what it took to build a home here. “The property had been fallow for 30 years or so,” says Haesloop. “There was a collapsing shed where the house now stands. There was what had once been a farmhouse on the property, but apparently it had been used as a goat barn before being abandoned.”
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