These barn designs are more traditional than your conventional pole barns, they are right out of the pages of rural America. They are from an era when folks cared about practicality and beauty. A concept that flowed over to the design of their barns. Just look at how stunning these buildings are.
Old barns remind us of our great farming heritage. We all have memories about old barns.
Maybe you have memories of playing in an old barn as a child.
Maybe you spent hot summer days stacking hay all the way up to the top of that grand old cathedral.
Maybe you just gazed at one of those old beauties and imagined all the great stories it could tell.
Life was so much simpler, as you watched the sunset in the shade of that big gambrel barn. It was your reward for a hard day’s work.
Isn’t that what the American Dream is all about?
You work hard for your dreams, shouldn't you have time to enjoy them?
Can you relive those memories?
Wouldn’t having a great barn like that bring back fond memories?
So what is your barn dream?
Do you want an old one to restore? It takes a big commitment, but if
your up to the challenge it is well worth it. You can start by
browsing the barns for sale page.
Would you like that old barn feeling without all the hassle? Something that is easy to build, and still has all the character of an old barn?
Maybe a post and beam barn kit would allow you to re-live those memories.
You can have a really nice barn designed exactly the way you want it, because your ideas go into it. Relive those childhood memories everyday as you live, work, and play in your very own new "old" barn.
May 08, 18 12:09 PM
This barn is located on Torytown Rd in Bunker Hill, WV. It is of log construction and is approximately 20 x 55 feet. It is covered with plank siding and
May 06, 18 10:38 PM
This barn is shown in the book Americanization of the Family Barn by Pamela Whitney Gray. It would cost a small fortune to put up a barn like this on
Apr 26, 18 08:57 AM
Built with cedar lap siding and rough sawn cedar trim. This will house our 6 buff orpingtons in a few more weeks. They will have a fairly large area to
Apr 22, 18 05:41 PM
This 28'x60' hill barn dates to roughly the late 1700's with an addition to the south from the 1800s. We own a historic home that belonged to a well-known
Apr 02, 18 05:36 PM
3/26/2018 Bell's Queen Anne Carriage House (Barn) for sale and removal from property. This approximate 1885 3 story hardwood post & beam with wooden
Mar 28, 18 01:06 PM
I don't know much about my barn. It is approximately 40x50 including an approximately 17' addition to the east side. I've owned it for 20 years and I believe
Mar 20, 18 11:22 AM
This barn has four bents. All the post are 8x8 with 8x8 beams. The top tie beam is 40’ long all southern yellow pine. This barn is dismantled and ready
Mar 16, 18 10:53 AM
I noticed on one of the pictures for a Gable Barn you show dormers. Can they be added to plans? I don’t see any plans with dormers. I want to build an
Mar 14, 18 01:45 PM
For sale is a 1917 post and beam barn completely dismantled and ready for re-erection as a barn home. The barn is labeled and blue printed and treated
Mar 14, 18 01:37 PM
Style: Early New England/Yankee Dairy Barn Year Built: 1800-1825 Location: Farmington, Maine area Dimensions: approximately 72x40 ft Details: from the
Feb 28, 18 09:24 AM
This late 1850’s barn measuring 38’x76’ is the small sister to the New Washington frame. Built in the same time period and about 8 miles from the larger
Feb 28, 18 09:22 AM
This late 1860’s barn frame measures 26’x50’ with an attached 18’ x40’ storage area. Both frames are handhewn and are original. This master barn builder
Feb 28, 18 09:21 AM
This early 1860’s measures 30’wide x 46’ long. The bent layout 16’-16’-14’. This frame is just the right size for a retirement home. Uprights measure 9”x10”
Feb 28, 18 09:20 AM
This late 1850’s frame measures 30’x50’. It has all handhewn timbers measuring a full 9”x9”. The bent layout is 20’-15’-15’. The roof design is queen post.
Feb 28, 18 09:19 AM
This late 1840’s frame measures 46’x70’ with NO CENTER SUPPORTS. Located in the Dayton area this barn was constructed by a master timber frame builder