Enjoy these post and beam barn photos below and read a short description about each barn.
From livestock barns and barns for agricultural equipment, to auto barns for fine car collections, we have built a large number of barns through the years for diverse uses. Below is a small sampling of the post and beam barns we’ve built through the years. If you would like more information on one of these barn projects, please feel free to contact us.
The Coventry Regional Farmers’ Market won the above 24′ by 36′ barn in the Great Barn Giveaway contest held in 2012. The barn and the farmers’ market is located at the Nathan Hale Homestead in Coventry, Connecticut. The barn serves many functions for the market – it is the location for their weekly programs, it’s a gallery for local artists, they host many workshops in the barn and when the market is closed it serves as a secure place to store market materials. The market raised money to add an additional 14′ x 34′ shed off the back.
The Victory Garden Barn
This is a small barn designed and built for the Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain, GA and often seen on the set of the PBS show “The Victory Garden.” The main section of the barn is 24′ by 16′ while the small bump-out is 8′ by 6′.
The Red Bank Barn
This barn was designed and built in New Jersey for an avid car collector. The upstairs of the barn in completely finished, and houses the owner’s office.
The Northbrook Barn
The Hanover Car Barn
This barn, built in Hanover, NH is used to house both cars, as well as an antique Chris-Craft Boat. There is an upstairs loft space inside the barn that can be used for either office space, a workshop, or simply for storage.
The Long Valley Workshop
This two story post and beam barn is used by the owner as a wood-working shop with an extensive collection of tools and equipment that allow him to pursue his favorite hobby.
The Woodstock JCC
This barn was added on to the existing Woodstock JCC in Woodstock, VT. The new barn addition is used primarily for services.
The Barnsider Restaurant
This restaurant was designed with a real barn style, right down to the name “Barnsider”. It was built in rural Iowa.
The Drumlin Farm Barn
This barn was designed to be a traditional, nineteenth century “New England” barn . Horses, cows, sheep and other animals are kept in the barn and traditional farm tasks are demonstrated for children an school groups. Visit their website: http://www.massaudubon.org/Nature_Connection/Sanctuaries/Drumlin_Farm/index.php