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Learn how to build a barn, shed, or garage with this new barn construction book.
Have you ever dreamed of building a barn? I mean a real barn. Like your Grandfather built, or like the Amish used to build? One with big timbers and grand open spaces, with hay lofts and cupolas? Maybe a weather vane on the top.
Well, I'm here to tell ya, you can.... You really CAN!
You can build a barn like that. All it takes is a little know how and and a plan and you can do it!
With the knowledge you gain from The How to Build a Barn Book you could build a barn like this.
Or one like this
In this how to build a barn look you will learn:
Our regular price for this book is $14.99
Right now we have a special offer, and you can receive a free download of this book.
So if you are planning to build a barn, this becomes a tremendous value! Even if you are just kicking the idea around, this book will help you plan your barn so that you can be ready when the time comes to build.
Just imagine walking into a barn like this.
Imagine the smell of the fresh cut wood and the beauty of the big timber frame construction. Imagine all the things you can do with a space like that.
You can do it! It is easier than you think. I am here to help you.
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The Barn Geek
Nov 30, 18 09:53 AM
Circa 1850’s Barn Timber frame barn, 48’ x 60’ with 10 x 10 hand hewn beams. Hand crafted from Indiana Hardwoods, this 2,880 SF frame is absolutely amazing
Nov 30, 18 09:46 AM
Richey Barn—Late 1800’s Timber frame barn with hand hewn beams, 30’ x 44’. Height to eaves is 13’ and height to the peak from the barn floor is 30’.
Nov 27, 18 12:21 PM
This old barn dates back to the 1850's. It is approximately 70' x 35' with 15' tall walls. A little over half of the barn has a 2nd floor/loft. The main
Nov 12, 18 07:17 PM
My father was told by his parents it was built around 1903. It is in good condition. It was built on a cut stone foundation. It has walnut square poles.
Nov 02, 18 03:45 PM
Two 1800s timber-frame barns, both in excellent condition, clad in aluminum siding since 1967. Both with hand-hewn members of hemlock, pine, oak, and
Nov 02, 18 11:43 AM
Barn needs to be dismantled, good quantity of reclaimable wood,hand hewn beams, 3 inch tongue in groove siding Terms negotiable If interested please email
Oct 15, 18 12:37 PM
Court house records back to 1900 and states barn was newly erected, hand hewn, pinned joints never been painted good roofs over the 90 some years of family
Oct 02, 18 04:03 PM
1900 (according to county records) barn for sale for wood. 30 ft by 33 ft with hay loft, tin roof. Wood planks are vertical 1'' thick 12 '' wide about
Sep 24, 18 02:25 PM
Built in 1918 40x60 Primarily oak wood Can provide dumpster if needed. *All the random house siding on barn floor will be removed before buyer comes*
Sep 20, 18 02:24 PM
Barn was built in 1940. It has a large lower area and an adjacent area that was used for dairy cows. There is a hay loft on either side. Overall building
Sep 19, 18 07:36 PM
I have an old barn with a loft and with good wood, 100+ yrs. old for sale, set on the original fieldstone foundation. The barn is 30X40, shingled roof.
Sep 16, 18 07:43 PM
Built in the 1900's of redwood with tin roof. This dirt floor beauty still stands firm. Painted White on the outside with the wood kept in its natural
Sep 16, 18 07:41 PM
Barn available in Boswell, Pennsylvania. 30 feet wide by 50 feet long. Built in 1890, hand-hewn beams, old wood throughout. Mixed hardwoods, not painted.
Sep 10, 18 10:40 AM
The first structure was an old tobacco barn, locally referred to as the Beam Barn. This has an inner structure of approximately 24’ x 24’ hand hewn logs
Sep 05, 18 01:13 PM
2x10 and 9x10 Hemlock boards from 1850's barn. 29 - 2 x 10 x 22 12 - 2 X 10 X 12 12 - 2 X 10 X 14 9 - 2 X 10 X 16 11 - 2 X 10 X 10 8 - 2 X 10 X 8 9