Different Style Post and Beam Barns

Our Monitor Style

Also Called the RCA (Raised Center Aisle). This distinctive design is incredibly popular for its majestic look and flexibility.

Often a favorite for its option to have a loft or storage area in the top section, this sort of barn can easily host parties, store equipment, and protect your horses. Want a barn with living space? Just a stairway up!

Our Gable Style

These barns are perhaps the most iconic barn shaped barns in the modern age.

With large open shapes, these classic old barns are have quite a bit of space for their footprint, allowing for great use as shops, storage, and livestock protection. Plenty of space up top, leaving options for lofts or party rooms. The strength of post and beam barns is the flexibility of strong beams to support the structure.

Our Gambrel Style

Sporting strong roof shapes and the beauty of old world charm, Gambrels are some of the most classic barns across America.

Known for its angled double-pitched roofs, the Gambrel Barn is highlighted by exceptional flexibility and space. It’s a very charming design for maximizing storage.

Our SaltBox Style

The Untamed creativity of early barn builders lead to this exciting and unique barn with different roof lengths.

Rumored to have been designed as a loophole against a second story tax by the English Queen, the iconic long roof on one side is the defining feature of the Saltbox. This New England style barn can hold a lot more than the salt box it’s named after. A great choice for a garage or workshop, you can add large garage doors or keep a spacious living in a loft up top.

Our Shed Row Style

A simple equestrian focused barn, the Shed Row is a utilitarian option to maximize space and horse storage.

Effectively just a line of horse stables with a roof placed on top, the Shed Row is perfect for locations where the main focus is horses and their temporary storage. Often, a single tack and feed room is connected to make it a simple stop.

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