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Bay Meadow Farm
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About Bay Meadow
Our oldest son Nick decided that he really wanted his own miniature donkey—when he was just 13 years old. Now, thirteen years later, we have one of the more unique collections of exotic animals in the Seattle area.

Over 30 animals live at Bay Meadow Farm: zebra, alpacas, reindeer, wallaby, zebu (miniature brahma bull), miniature horses and donkeys, and more.
France in a Barn
After living in France, Lillian and Anthony Bay developed a passion for the rich history and culture that has yielded such classic furniture and timeless collectibles.

This same passion provides the foundation for the collection of French antiques showcased in the "Antique Barn". These are one-of-a-kind unique pieces of history which connect you to their past and add depth and life to the room in which they live. Antiques are passed on through generations to ones descendents; adding a sense of history and continuity.

Lillian and Anthony hand-selected and purchased each of the items from reputable dealers and private collectors in France. These pieces enhance the already spectacular setting of Bay Meadow Farm.
Animals
Antiques
Home
Lillian, Anthony and their children; Nicholas, Stephen and Sophia have always had a great passion for animals and nature. When Anthony left Microsoft in 2000, they bought the first parcel of what is now Bay Meadow Farm just east of the Woodinville Wine Country. They moved their first animals to the farm and began to build their collection. At the same time, the Bay's were able to build a home for the French antiques that they had been collecting since they lived in France in the early 90s. For a time they considered becoming commercial antique dealers and completed multiple buying trips to France. In the end, they decided to keep their collection, and built a converted barn designed to be an event venue and an antique showcase. Thus was born the "Antique Barn" at Bay Meadow Farm. The Seattle times wrote about the farm and the barn a few years later.