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100 year old hip roof barn
Barn Type: As Is
City: Greentop
Region/State: Midwest
Zip Code: 63546
Size: 36x40
Vintage: 1917
Condition: Fair
Price: Best Offer
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Contact:   Linda Boultinghouse   Email:    Phone: 660-442-6224
Posted On:   05/27/2016
Description:   Hip roof style barn, 36 x 40 feet, post and beam, pinned, native oak, built in about 1917. Most interior wood is in good condition. Floor joists in hayloft, 2 x 12. Rafters 2 x 6 pine. Hayloft same dimensions as barn. Vertical ladder entrance to hayloft at each end. Pine board and batten siding 1 x 12. Red paint with white trim outside. Roof 2 layers of composition shingles over wood. Roof sheeting is 1 x 4. Double 12-foot sliding doors each end of drive-through driveway. One track is new, other OK. Milking stanchions have been removed but are stored in barn. Concrete floor in milking area, rest is dirt floor. Main problems - roof leaks, foundation cracked, deteriorating siding.
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1850s Amish Built Barn, 53 x 30, American Oak Wood
Barn Type: As Is
City: Akron
Region/State: Midwest
Zip Code:
Size: 53 x 30
Vintage: 1850
Condition: Good
Price: $165,000 or Best Offer
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Contact:   Barn Owl Vintage   Email:    Phone: 5303204782
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Posted On:   05/17/2016
Description:   Offering a 1850s barn, built by the Amish. Pre Civil War. Medium sized, ideal for turning into a home, office, art studio or business. Crafted of oak hardwood. Beautifully crafted by Amish, craftsmen known for their attention to detail. A new standing seam metal roof was put on 5 years ago for a cost of $25k. The Amish barn experts who came out to evaluate the structure commented on how well it was built. The beams are roughly hand hewn. They said it was structurally sound and in very good condition. Note the finely crafted slanted sliding doors, complete with cast iron barn slider hardware. The basement is constructed of huge, antique field stones and other rock. Land sale forces the moving of this barn. The barn we are offering is a straight barn, the one on the other end jutting out in an L is another separate bigger barn that we're also offering for sale. Measures approximately 53 feet long x 30 feet wide x 30 feet tall. Full 7 foot high standing basement. Imagine what this beautiful historic structure could become! Quite the eye catching showpiece. This can be professionally dismantled and labeled for reconstruction. It can be moved anywhere via truck and/or ship. We know of several companies that can take this down and label each piece for easy rebuilding.Please contact us for more photos and information. Located in Akron, Ohio. Guaranteed antique, historic and authentic.
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1850s Amish Built Barn, 90 x 40, American Beech Wood, Basement
Barn Type: As Is
City: Akron
Region/State: OH
Zip Code:
Size: 90 x 40
Vintage: 1852
Condition: Good
Price: $245,000 or Best Offer
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Contact:   Barn Owl Vintage   Email:    Phone: 5303204782
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Posted On:   05/17/2016
Description:   Offering a pre Civil War, Amish built barn. Huge, perfect for turning into a dream home. Crafted of American beech wood. Beautifully crafted by Amish, craftsmen known for their attention to detail. A new standing seam metal roof was put on 5 years ago for a cost of $30k. The Amish barn experts who came out to evaluate the structure commented on how well it was built. After all this time, they only added 3 posts in the basement to shore up the barn. They said it was structurally sound and in very good condition. The basement is constructed of huge, antique field stones and other rock. The silos are in fair condition and need to be shored up. They are not attached to the barn but can be included. Land sale forces the moving of this barn. The barn we are offering is a straight barn, the one on the end jutting out in an L is another, separate barn. Measures approximately 90 feet long x 40 feet wide x 38 feet tall. Full 8 foot high standing basement. Imagine what this beautiful antique structure could become! This can be professionally dismantled and labeled for reconstruction. It can be moved anywhere via truck and/or ship. We know of several companies that can take this down and label each piece for easy rebuilding. Please contact us for more photos. Located in Akron, Ohio. Guaranteed antique, historic and authentic.
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Hay Loft Corn Crib
Barn Type: As Is
City: Paducah
Region/State: KY
Zip Code:
Size: 55 x 40 and 32 ft high
Vintage: 1915
Condition: Good
Price: $15,000
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Contact:   Steve Partin   Email:    Phone: 615-972-5276
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Posted On:   05/10/2016
Description:   55 x 40 and 32 ft high with a loft of 32 x 35. Hay Bonnet. Hay Fork on a track that runs the length of the barn. The loft is 1 x 6 boards tongue and grove & about 40% good. Outside blanks are 6-22 wide 6 -18 ft long- with most at least 20 inches wide. 1 x by inside 10ft x10ft by about 30ft, 20 6 x 6 6-10ft long 10 6x 6 17 ft long 200 ft 3 x 4 2 x 12 50 ft 2 2 x 8 20 ft long 60 2 x 8 10 ft 2 x 6 220 ft 2 x 6 220 ft 3 2 x 7.5 10 ft 2 x 4 110 ft 42 2 x4 12 ft 44 2 x 4 17 ft 1 x 4 500 ft 4 double barn doors And more
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Oak Barn
Barn Type: As Is
City: Paducah
Region/State: Southeast
Zip Code:
Size: 30L x 27W x 28H
Vintage: 1925
Condition: Good
Price: $7,500
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Contact:   Steve Partin   Email:    Phone: 615-972-5276
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Posted On:   05/04/2016
Description:   Barn is 30 x 27 and about 28 ft high with a vent the length of the roof.It is OAK and saw marks are visible on much of it. lots of 2x6s and 6x6s inside. outside boards are 1 x by 8-14 inches and 8-10 ft long. tin has 1 ridge in center
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1870's Barn / Drive-in Corn Crib, 40 x 24 x 20, Huntington, IN
Barn Type: As Is
City: Huntington
Region/State: IN
Zip Code: 46750
Size: 40' L x 24' W x 20' H
Vintage: 1870
Condition: Good
Price: Best Offer
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Contact:   Green Barn Removal   Email:    Phone: 626-999-4779
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Posted On:   04/26/2016
Description:   Greetings, If you are interested in purchasing this barn, please contact us at Green Barn Removal by email/text/phone. We are seeking best offers currently and all offers will be considered. Email: contact AT greenbarnremoval.com (replace AT with @ symbol). Phone/Text: 626-Nine-Nine-Nine-4779 (contact welcome 24/7). We are currently dismantling an 1870's era timber frame barn. The barn siding has been removed and was sold immediately so we are currently in the process of dismantling the timber frame of the barn to reclaim the beams, girts, rafters, flooring, loft decking boards, etc. The barn is approximately 40' Long x 24' Wide x 20' High. Mortise and tenon timber frame with wooden pegs at joints throughout. It has an earth-fast foundation supported by large sill beams set onto rustic limestone piers. It has an upper center-aisle loft running the full length of the barn from front to back. The barn appears to have a well worn threshing/shelling floor under which are long wooden joists, a fair amount of the flooring wood is still viable for reclamation. According to locals, this timber frame barn may have been built in the 1870's and made from local wood on the farm, some of which was likely hand hewn on site (some of the loft beams) and some of which was rough sawn at a local mill in the nearby woods that used to be set up on a creek there. No way to verify this now but this is what we are told. Some of the rough sawn wood and hand hewn beams have live edge (bark still on wood). The barn has a great rustic look overall and some truly lovely colors and textures throughout. Much of the barn wood overall appears to be viable for reclamation but some of it shows the typical signs of 100+ year old wood damage (insects/rot/sagging/etc.) and will be separated as waste prior to sale. We have many detailed photos of all parts of the barn including every structural beam, post, girt, brace, siding boards, floor boards, loft wood, etc. So feel free to request more photos as we can only post a few pictures here. - The three hand hewn loft beams are about 13' long by 6-11 wide and range in thickness from 5 - 8 inches. - The six sawn loft beams are between 16-17 Long by 3.75 thick. - The two main plate beams supporting the barn frame are 40' long by about 6-7 thick. They appear at least partially rough sawn. - The multiple girt beams supporting the main frame are between 12' - 13' feet long by about 3.75 - 4 thick. They are rough sawn. - The multiple diagonal braces are about 3' 6 long by about 3.5-4 thick. Rough Sawn. - The several tie beams are about 23' long by about 6.75-7 thick. Rough sawn. A couple show significant lengthwise splitting but are still holding together well enough it seems. - The multiple vertical post beams are between 9' 7-10' 7 by 6.75 thick. - The roof rafters appear rough sawn and have not been measured yet. - The main sill beams supporting the whole structure may be hand hewn or sawn - must get more flooring up before we can see them to assess condition/type. Wood species of the various framing elements, flooring, decking have not been positively identified yet (it may be cedar based on color/grain) so feel free to send your opinion on it based on photos (we can send some close ups of grain patterns, kerf marking, etc.) Thank you for reviewing our post and we look forward to hearing from you. Green Barn Removal
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Vintage 1900's Barn
Barn Type: As Is
City: Henderson
Region/State: MN
Zip Code: 56044
Size: 40 x 60
Vintage:
Condition: Good
Price: $25,000 or Best Offer
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Contact:   Jeff Iten   Email:    Phone: 5673016571
Posted On:   04/21/2016
Description:   For sale is my early 1900's barn. The barn is approximately 40' x 60' in good condition for the age. I will provide a dumpster for disposal of the shingles and slate siding. More pictures available. Buyer responsible for removal of entire barn.
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Hand Hewn Barn
Barn Type: As Is
City: Johnstown
Region/State: OH
Zip Code: 43031
Size: 60 x 25
Vintage: 1890
Condition: Very Good
Price: Best Offer
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Contact:   Marcus Hendren   Email:    Phone: 740-272-7680
Posted On:   04/21/2016
Description:   60' X 25' barn for sale with lots of history. Hand hewn beams in good shape. The lumber is a mix of different species ranging from Oak, Pine, Fur and Beech. Floor boards are 12 wide and mostly pine. Exterior is well kept and mostly fur. You come take what you want and I'll clean up the rest. I'll also loan the equipment free of charge.
FEATURED BARN
Barn and Granary
Barn Type: As Is
City: Irving
Region/State: NY
Zip Code: 14081
Size: 26'x40'
Vintage: 1920
Condition: Fair
Price: $3,000 or Best Offer
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Contact:   William Snyder   Email:    Phone: 607-321-5333
Posted On:   04/16/2016
Description:   Early 1900s barn in fair shape. Planks and sawed beams. Roof tin over slats. Smaller 12'x14' granary included if wanted. Main floor has small room/coop. Upstairs hay loft. Must include cleanup.
FEATURED BARN
vintage early1920's barn and outbuilings
Barn Type: As Is
City: Renick
Region/State: WV
Zip Code:
Size: 70'x90'
Vintage: 1920
Condition: Fair
Price: $4,500 or Best Offer
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Contact:   kevin donelan   Email:    Phone: 540-219-1155
Posted On:   02/18/2016
Description:   Large two story barn and outbuildings. Most of siding and roof in good shape. Part of roof damaged. Flooring and inside beams in very good shape. Mostly Hemlock with some other mixed hardwood. [Chestnut, Oak, Cherry]
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