Home EnvyOMG, I Want This House: Long Island (PHOTOS)09.07.13Home EnvyOMG, I Want This House: Long Island (PHOTOS)A weekend escape to charming, rustic simplicity for elegant, secluded dinner party? We’ll take it. Take a peek at Long Island’s Cow Pond Farm.09.07.13 8:45 AM ETWilliam Waldron/The Interior ArchiveA weekend escape to charming, rustic simplicity for elegant, secluded dinner party? We’ll take it. Take a peek at Long Island’s Cow Pond Farm. Kathleen Clements The quaintly named Cow Pond Farm is the weekend house of your dreams. Surrounded by wetlands on New York's Long Island, it's inhabited by Dan MacDonald and his partner, Gregg Kaminsky. The isolated location makes the 1960s house and barn, with an inside crafted by designer Kathleen Clements, perfect for entertaining friends. Here, the elegant front entrance of the guest cottage, once a barn, has a dollhouse-esque aesthetic. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveThere's more than enough room in the converted barn, where a spacious living room and a mezzanine accomodate guests. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveA vintage trolley gets a new lease on life as a coffee table, flanked by a pair of matching linen-covered Bergere chairs and an antique black-leather Chesterfield sofa. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveAn American flag maintains a rustic backdrop in the entrance hall-cum-living room of the guest cottage. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveThe main house's kitchen is lined with grooved paneling and an exit to the garden terrace. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveA zinc-topped dining table is surrounded by antique chairs. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveAndy Warhol looks out over shelves of baskets by the garden door. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveThe smaller bedroom is clean and white, furnished with an antique bed and a button-back chair. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveA stuffed peacock perched atop an antique ladder gives instant color to a muted living room. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveA life-size cow sculpture at the end of a gravel drive welcomes visitors to the barn. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveIf this doesn't look like the ideal dinner party settling, we don't know what would. In the garden, a table and chairs on the wooden deck is shaded by trees. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveDan MacDonald, Gregg Kaminsky, and their Jack Russell terrier, Papochino, are are even more welcoming than the entrance's stone lions. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveAnother outdoor dining area, on the side of the barn, is secluded. William Waldron/The Interior ArchiveOff the driveway, a gray gate flanked by a hedge of fir trees opens into the garden.