One look at this "Beautiful Traditional Barn" and you will fall in love. There is something about traditional post and beam barns that take us back to a simpler time in history, and reminds of all the farms and ranches that dot America.
This 16 foot by 48 foot Ponderosa Country Barn features 12 foot closed and open lean tos on the side, a great spot to bring in the horses and keep them sheltered from the sun and rain. This beautiful barn is located in South Dakota, and fits in perfectly to it's natural surroundings. This large barn is majestic and big, perfect with it's stables below to keep the horses, and upstairs a nice high loft with lots of space to do with what you'd like. These barn home kits, are the best quality, in a barn that will last you for years.
Sand Creek Post and Beam are the leading manufacturer of custom designed wood barn and barn home kits. They are a family owned company, located in the heart of rural America at Wayne, Nebraska. Their focus is on post and beam construction, using historic designs, and having exceptional customer service. They have had the pleasure of assisting over 1,000 customers with their dream barns in 48 states including Hawaii, as well as several Canadian provinces. There are different types of barn structures you might be interested from wood barns, barn homes, event barns, barn Kings, pavilions, windmills and accessories. You won't believe how beautiful some of these barn structures are, this company is keeping the tradition of barns alive with their quality builds. Their custom designed barn kits have been used as full time residences, lake houses, cabins, loft apartments, secondary homes, and combination use barn and home. Rustic yet sophisticated, their barns are pre manufactured, shipped as a kit, and built to last generations
A barn is typically an agricultural building primarily located on farms and used for many purposes, most often for the housing of livestock and storage of crops. In addition, barns may be used for equipment storage, as a covered workplace, and for activities such as threshing. The word barn is also used to describe buildings used for uses such as a tobacco barn or dairy barn. Byre is a word for one type of barn meant for keeping cattle. In the United States older barns were built from timbers hewn from trees on the farm and built as a log crib barn or timber frame, although stone barns were sometimes built in areas where stone was a cheaper material for building. In the mid to late 19th century barn framing methods in the United States began to shift away from traditional timber framing to truss framed or plank framed buildings. Truss or plank framed barns reduced the number of timbers instead using dimensional lumber for the rafters, joists, and sometimes the trusses.