These 42x32 Teton barn plans are designed to mimic the look of The Grand Teton Mountain range, and the famous barns that are featured in the national park. With it's long sloping peak and majestic cathedral, this design would fit right in nestled in the shadow of this beautiful mountain range.
Don't have a mountain view in your back yard? Well, maybe you can have a "mountain view" after all with this grand barn, inspired by the majestic snow covered peaks of the Teton mountain range.
These Barn Plans blend traditional good looks with modern ease of construction. This barn design has 1' overhangs and features a strong roof to resist heavy snow. This barn design also features two 10x32 lean to's for a nice workshop area or leave one or both open for a full length covered porch! Use the extra space for wood storage for your wood shop. Turn it into a nice Garden Barn, with some clear panels on the roof it can even be a solar powered greenhouse!
You can build this barn with your very own copy of the barn plans used to build it. These plans are only $97! Download them now and get started building that barn of your dreams!
With a full loft you can enjoy a total of 640 square feet of space in the loft, that regular pole barn designs just don't offer. Use this extra space 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 laid egg.
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...
48 T plates with bolts
28 U brackets with bolts
500 3/8x8 RSS screws
300 5/16x6 RSS screws
Beam Cutting Templates (saw guides) cut to the proper angle to make layout and cutting your timbers easy.
Prazi beam saw with Dewalt worm drive power head.
Feb 15, 18 02:37 PM
Looking at the pictures on your website it seems most of the new barns are using board & batten siding. Looking at the old barns it looks like just vertical
Feb 15, 18 02:30 PM
I can't find 6x6 full dimension lumber here? Are post anchor brackets available in 5.5'' (finished 6x6)? If so, what is the price? Thanks, Mark
Feb 15, 18 02:18 PM
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Feb 12, 18 02:43 PM
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Feb 09, 18 10:06 AM
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Feb 08, 18 10:16 AM
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Feb 08, 18 10:08 AM
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Feb 02, 18 09:31 AM
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Feb 02, 18 08:41 AM
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Jan 30, 18 06:55 PM
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Jan 30, 18 08:50 AM
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Jan 29, 18 11:12 AM
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Jan 29, 18 09:59 AM
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Jan 13, 18 08:21 PM
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Dec 14, 17 08:10 AM
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