Late 1800's Hand & Rough Sewn Beams Alexander City, Al

by Steve Cooper
(Alexander City, Alabama)

Approximate dimensions are 24' x 54'. Exterior is Hawn sewn pine beams and the flooring is pine boards. The old house/barn was built in the 1850~1890 year range.

Conservative estimate is 6200 board feet.

Hand Sewn beams are 13"x 9" in varying lengths.


You can e-mail me at [email protected] for pictures.

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Mar 17, 2017
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local party interested in barn NEW
by: Joan Jarrell

Hi I live in Cusseta Al and looking to build a barn, would love to see what you have, can you send some pictures to me at [email protected] or to my phone 334-329-4900 Thankyou.

Jan 16, 2017
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Hope you still have it. NEW
by: Jess Hoffman

Need to know a price please

Sep 18, 2016
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by: Chris Nelson

Hello,
I'm a builder in Arkansas and am looking to stock pile barn wood for future projects and use on my personal home.
I can come take it down if its still there.
Please call me at 501-563-0420
Thanks!

Aug 20, 2016
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Question about your wood. NEW
by: Bridgett MorganAnonymous

Would my husband be able to use the wood on the inside of his pole barn to enclose it? We live in a house dated back in the early 30's and we've manage to redo by salvaging.

Apr 22, 2016
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by: Tuscaloosa Barn Lover

I just sent you a separate email. I am interested in pics. I want to build a barn, and want to see what you have.

Apr 18, 2016
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