Large Dairy Barn in St Charles, IL

by Jerry Balttes
(St Charles, IL)





Our barn built in mid 1800's is located NW of St Charles, IL about 48 miles west of Chicago. We have maintained the roof which does not leak. The barn has a brick foundation and some silo pads that we would also liked removed as well. If you are interested please contact us at: Jerry Baltes 630-460-7805

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Nov 15, 2016
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price? NEW
by: bob chinkletons

how much for it?

Oct 13, 2016
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Interested NEW
by: Maria

Could you please contact me if this barn is still available?

[email protected]
262-455-5032

Sep 04, 2016
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barn for sale NEW
by: Anonymous

Is the barn still available for sale and if so how much and could u please send me more inside pics if available. Thank u...

Jun 21, 2016
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JC Reclaimed Timber NEW
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Jc Reclaimed Timber has been in business for 10 years, we tear the barns down for reclamation at a whole sale company at about 40 barns a year. We have the equipment and extremely experienced crew necessary for barn removal. We can usually get a barn down in about a week-2weeks, depending on size.
If this is something you're interested in, please email as many pics of the barn you have and your contact info for us to call and set up a possible appointment to look at it in person.

Thank you,
Misty

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Jun 07, 2016
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by: [email protected]

Could you please sen more pictures and dimensions on the barn.

Thank you

Carrie

Jun 06, 2016
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Siding & doors NEW
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I am interested in some of the siding and the door in the photo. Sorry cant take the whole thing.

Jun 04, 2016
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Why tear it down? It looks great. Too many barns being torn down.

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