16x22x22 Turn of the Century Barn - Grand Island, NY

by Tara
(Grand Island, NY)





Free barn/wood to someone who can take care of removal professionally.

I have an old barn on my property that is leaning and needs taken down. I'm not sure of the age, but I have heard from neighbors and family of the first owners that the barn was moved from down the street by horse and carriage in the 1930s, so it was definitely built before then in its original location, probably late 1800s. The previous owners were using it as a shed/garage/workshop but it is leaning and we'd like the space freed. I've included many pictures here. The beams do not appear to be hand hewn, but maybe some are? and they are weathered gray.

The dimensions of the main structure are 16ft by 22ft and about 22ft high (it has two floors/a hayloft). The planks are about 9ft by 1ft in the front. The porch/side section coming off the main part is 10 ft x 22ft. Please let me know if you are interested or if you would like more pictures or information. Looking to get the barn/wood removed by professional insured party. Access is very easy at end of a large drive way/paved area.

Contact by email: [email protected]

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Oct 13, 2016
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Barn is still available
by: Tara

Hi Jon,
Yes, it is still available and in need of removal. Let me know if you have any specific questions. You can email me at [email protected] if you'd like too.

Oct 12, 2016
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by: Jon

Hello there is the barn still in need of removal? Many thanks. Jon D

Sep 13, 2016
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by: Anonymous

Hi, yes it is still available. I will send you a text with my number as well.

Sep 12, 2016
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by: Wright's Barn Salvage and demo

Hello, I'm interested in the Barn your needing to have taken down. If still available please get in contact thanks message me at 740-502-8190

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by: Anonymous

In Grand Island, New York

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