22x30 Gambrel with 2 12x30 lean-to's
These 22x30 Gambrel Horse Barn Plans give you room to dream...
Imagine riding up to this horse shelter after a long day of trail riding through the mountains. The graceful slopes and elegant hay hood mimic snow capped rocky mountain peaks. What better way to end a rewarding day on the range then to shelter your horse up in a barn design that is worthy of its setting.
We gave this beautiful barn a generous 22' center span, a single 6 inch by 10 inch timber supports the a spacious loft at every bent. The lean to's or “wings” on each side of this Great Gambrel Cathedral are 12 feet wide and stretch the full length of the horse barn. You can use these lean to's for stalls, tack room, wash room, feed room, or just about anything else. Turn the whole thing into a barn home and use the lean-to area for a kitchen. These big timber frame barns are very flexible and give you as many possibilities as you can imagine.
If these horse barn plans aren't big enough for your ranch simply double the barn's length and you will have a 46x60 barn, or even triple it and have a 46x90 Gambrel that can house your best horses.
We have put together all the hardware, special tools, and jigs, you need to build this majestic post and beam barn! All the bolts, plates, brackets, and timber screws are there. Along with that we also include a beam saw, and special jigs for cutting every angle on your frame!
Learn more details and how to get your DIY Hardware Kit...
Hardware Kit for 22x30 Gambrel Horse barn with 2-12x30 lean to's:
8 Strap plates-6 hole
8 Strap plates-4 hole
250 ct 3/8x8 RSS screws
250 ct 5/16x6 Rss screws
Prazi beam saw with power head.
Total Hardware Kit: $3,343.33 plus shipping
Email [email protected] for a shipping quote.
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