@goofyfoot, I believe you are thinking of Big Pink, the house in Saugerties, NY (close to Woodstock) that three members of The Band rented and lived in throughout 1967 and into ’68. They rehearsed in the basement of that house, and made the legendary Basement Tape recordings with Dylan there in 1967. The Band entitled their 1968 debut album Music From Big Pink.
Levon Helms’ Barn is a different place, located in the town of Woodstock. The original barn on his property burned down, and when Levon rebuilt he did so as a recording studio/performance stage, where in house concerts are put on. Since his passing, the concerts have continued, sometimes lead by his former bandmember Larry Campbell. Campbell has also served in that role for Dylan, and has a fairly-recent album with his wife. Very talented guy.