So do we
Maybe your grandfather had one that you visited years ago or you just love seeing the old Barns when driving down country roads. Have you ever looked inside, past the tractors, goats, and all the hay?
What is hiding in plain sight is a magnificent timber frame, many of which were hand hewn from our Country’s old Oaks, Hemlock and Pine trees. These barns were built mid to late 1800’s by European settlers with the knowledge and craftsmanship to build these barns to last many generations. The good ones that survived the test of time are still standing proudly and many of them are ready to start a new chapter, for a new family, a new life and a new location.
"Can I have one"
Yes, you can have one of these magnificent old structures and it can be your new home for you and your family to create wonderful memories.
Your “Barn Buddies” at Old Barns to New Homes, know how to keep the integrity of the craftmanship for the move. We will tell you everything that you don’t know and make all the arrangements so you can let this process be what its supposed to be, a thrilling, emotional, memorable and exciting experience!