This Great Plains Gambrel barn style house is a 36 foot by 60-foot Ponderosa Country Barn that features eight-foot lean-tos. This Sand Creek Post and Beam wood barn kit features all the strength and beauty of post and beam timber frame construction. This barn could be used for a variety of things from loft living, equipment and toy storage, horse barns, detached garages, party barns, event centers, wedding facilities and so much more. This beautiful barn style house is rustic yet sophisticated and is pre-manufactured, shipped as a kit, and then built to last generations. This Great Plains Gambrel barn is located in Illinois.
This historic and charming barn uses the classic color red for the exterior. Inside you'll find plenty of wood with polished concrete floors and two floors of space. You could use this beautiful barn build for keeping horses or equipment, or for use as the perfect home. It seems these days that more and more people are using barns for a variety of uses from barn style houses, event barns, to animal barns. All over the country, you can find people giving new meaning to barn spaces in both modern and rustic styled spaces that give the classic design new life.
When it comes to building a barn whether it is being used for animals or a home, there are all sorts of design details that you might want to add. Some of the barns feature you will find include Monitor barns. These are also known as raised center aisle or as RCA barns. These barn designs feature a raised center section that has its gabled roof. The sides of the raised center aisle styled barns are often filled with plenty of windows to improve the barn's ventilation in the structure and increase the amount of natural light inside. Gambrel barns are the type of barn that feature two different pitches of the roof, with one steep and one shallow. Dutch doors are another popular feature when it comes to building a barn. These doors are divided horizontally, allowing the top half to be opened while the bottom half remains closed. These are often a common addition to horse stalls; allowing light and ventilation into a room while keeping the animals inside. Timber frame barn designs offer both styles and appeal with exposed beams throughout that not only add to the stability of the barn structure but give the barn a look that you both know and love. Timber frame and post and beam barn structures offer increased strength and stability, being the perfect type of build for barns. Barns typically use the post and beam style of construction that is known for the use of heavy timber frames with large vertical posts and horizontal beams.
These quality barn kits have been used for a variety of things from full-time homes, lake houses, cabin buildings, loft apartments, loft apartments, and combination use barn and home. These barn home kits are both rustic and beautiful, with lots of barn styles you can choose from available in pre-manufactured builds, and shipped as a kit.
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