rocky fork barn
60x36 hand hewn barn. This barn has some really unique characteristics 1. Heavy timbered, it has 12X12 hand hewn posts that create a lot of open areas inside of the barn. 2. It has an unusual plate system where there is a girt directly below the plate in which the braces are held. 3. really well done scarf joints to join the plates. This frame would make an excellent barn-home conversion. Call for pricing and more information.
This antique hand hewn log cabin measures 28 x 17feet and is two full stories. The logs are in great condition. Please contact us for more information. Delivery is possible and we can also re-erect it for you. there is also a small 17x15 story and a half connected to the back which is also available. more pictures upon request.
This antique hand hewn log cabin measures 20 x 20 feet and is two full stories. The logs are in great condition. Please contact us for more information. This cabin is now down and in storage and is available. Delivery is possible and we can also re-erect it for you.
This barn has a smaller footprint that would adapt well into a home or a garage/workshop. it is 42 feet wide and 26 feet deep with lofts on both sides. There are 4 bents with the bays spaced at 14'-12'-16'. It is 15'8" to the eave, 20' to the purlin posts and 25' to the peak. This barn has sawn beams and was probably built in the early 1900s. The price for this frame is $31,000. This includes all of the framing members fixed, cleaned, and ready to put back up.
HAND-HEWN lynchburg corn crib (Update: sold)
This is a large, early 1800's hand-hewn corn crib. This structure would make a great room addition for an existing house or a small cabin or hunting lodge. The size could be changed and the interior beams could be removed for an open floor plan.
Hand-Hewn Cuba Barn (UPDATE: SOLD)
This barn is 48' wide and 50' deep, with bents spaced 12' apart. It has massive 10" x 10" hand hewn posts. There's a swing beam on the second bent from the left, which makes the center section 24' wide, and means this barn only has 4 interior posts. With so much open space, this barn would make a great event center. The barn is 12' high to the eave, 19' to the purlins, and 26'6'' to the peak. Dates to 1850-1870. The barn is still standing and you can visit it for an inspection. It has been well protected with wood and metal siding. The price for this frame is $46,000. This includes us carefully dismantling the frame, taking it back to our shop, and fixing or replacing any broken timbers using traditional timber framing techniques. This also includes all the framing members, posts, plates, braces, etc. and all of the rafters carefully wire brushed and cleaned. The barn will be ready to put right back up on your foundation.
20 x 14 early hand-hewn frame
Small frame found in the center of Jeffersonville, Ohio. Locals told us that is was one of the first buildings in the town. This structure would make a great outdoor shelter house or hunting lodge, or it could be added on to an existing house for an amazing dining room or bedroom. Price is $7500 which includes all of the framing members and rafters. Just like all of our buildings it is tagged and well documented and we would love to be the company that puts this historic structure back up on your property.
hand-hewn house frame
Our plan was just to salvage old beams from this farmhouse with a plain exterior. But when we started tearing off plaster we noticed something remarkable: every single framing piece is hand-hewn. That dates this structure to no later than the 1820s, before sawmills were established in Southern Ohio. The structure is now tagged and dismantled and ready for a buyer with the vision to turn it into a home of distinction. The interior can be opened up and the exterior can be clad with structural insulated panels so the fine craftsmanship is visible throughout. We can rebuild on your site. Dimensions: 18 x 28 feet.
bodman barn (update: sold)
This is truly a unique barn. It is 48 X 36 and all hand hewn. It's in phenomenal shape for its age and it has "marriage marks" which are roman numerals carved on the joints so the original carpenter would know how the barn goes up once all of the pieces were made. This massive structure could have 3 levels of floors. it is hard to see in the picture because of the tobacco rails that criss cross the structure. This barn is still standing and is available to tour. Price for the complete frame tagged and ready to reassemble is $26,000.
Stingley Barn (UPDATE: SOLD)
This 56 X 40 foot barn has a gem inside: an 1800's hand-hewn frame measuring 44 x 22 feet. The original structure is in top notch condition, having been completely protected by the surrounding additions. We will take off the exterior and tag and document the original frame. This barn would be an excellent candidate for a barn home conversion. It will be available later this year and can be viewed while still standing. Call for price. UPDATE: this barn is slated to become a house only miles away from where it came down. (I love it when we can keep local history local history!)
Bethel Barn (UPDATE: SOLD)
This substantial hand-hewn oak and beech barn dates from the late 1800s and is in great condition. All posts measure 7 x 7 inches. The frame was carefully dismantled and tagged--it's ready to go back up on your land. Rafters are included. Dimensions: 26 x 48 feet. Price: $8000 (sold--see update).
Williamsburg log cabin (UPDATE: SOLD)
This beautiful hand-hewn log cabin has been covered with siding for almost 200 years. It has two fairly complete walls and two walls with significant cutouts for windows and doors. Corners use dovetail joinery. It has been tagged and dismantled and comes with drawings showing how it can be reassembled. Dimensions: 16 x 22 feet. Price: $5500 (sold).