Our 30x30 Gambrel Barn Plans are a classic barn design, The Gambrel roof came into prominence on farms after the civil war. Some folks refer to this as a hip roof or broken roof barn style whatever you call it it is recognized everywhere as a classic barn design.
This barn design includes a 10' wide center aisle and two 10' wide outside aisles. In this configuration you have many options available to you. The most obvious would be to use the 10x10 areas between posts in the outside aisles for medium size horse stalls. Then you will end up with a total of 6 10x10 stalls, three on each side of the center aisle.
With a full loft you can enjoy a total of 900 square feet of space above that regular pole barn designs just don't offer. Use it to store hay, or an out of the weather place to hide out after chores. Sometimes you just want to get away from everything, shut off that cell phone and lay back in the hay. Doesn't that sound relaxing? The sweet smell of the hay and the sound of the gentle blowing of the horses interrupted by the cackling of that Rhode island red hen announcing to the world the arrival of a freshly lain egg.
These are full construction plans that you can build this barn from.
Plus you will also get included with these plans my ebook titled How
to Build Your Post and Beam Barn. The book takes you through the
whole construction process step by step, including information about
securing local timbers, finding the right contractors, and preparing
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Below is are sample low resolution pictures of the plans. You will get a high resolution pdf file with your purchase.
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!
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30x30 Gambrel Barn Hardware:
32 T plates with bolts and
16 Strap plates with bolts and nuts
16 U brackets with bolts and nuts
250 ct 3/8” x 8” RSS screws
250 ct 5/16” x 6” RSS screws
Beam cutting templates (saw guides)
Prazi beam saw with power head
Total Barn Hardware Kit: $3422.36 Plus Shipping
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