1800s Vintage 60x50 Barn - Randolph Co, Indiana

by Joe Potts

60' x 50' Oak Barn frame almost ready for the truck. Magnificent rough sawn, mortise-and-tenon joints, wood pegged barn. Posts and Beams are 8" x 8".

Dismantled frame will have all parts identified so that construction diagram can be used to reassemble it. 3000 sq. ft main floor, 2100 sq ft existing hay deck (2nd level). This could be expanded to 3000 sq ft. The options with a timber frame are almost endless! It would be a magnificent home, business, lodge, or whatever you can dream.

It is in Good Condition. Some of the posts lost the bottom foot or two so they were placed an concrete piers/walls. One gable post and gable beam is bad, The post can be replaced, the beam can have another piece of timber scarf-jointed into it.

This bar could be downsized to 50' x 48' .

Let us get this frame delivered to you !

Call us (812)499-4856 or (812)604-9507

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Jun 12, 2017
Hello NEW
by: Anonymous

Is this barn still available?

Apr 30, 2017
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by: Anonymous

I would like to see some photos if this barn is available. [email protected]

Jan 18, 2017
Need photos NEW
by: Anonymous

Sounds good but need photos. Hopefully you have a photo of it before you dismantled it as well

Jan 13, 2017
hi NEW
by: nate

im interestedin ur barn contactme 812 581 9477

Nov 25, 2016
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by: Carter

IF this barn is still available, please send pictures to [email protected] Thank you!

Oct 07, 2016
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by: Arthur Hodgins

Hi if you send pictures or add them that would be great , [email protected]

Oct 01, 2016

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