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Timber Frame Horse Barn

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Meet the

Timber Frame Horse Barn

Bigger really is better! This two story timber frame barn is rich with features and details that make it a dream for horse owners. It includes a 2nd floor accessible by stairs, built-in stalls, barn doors, an overhang, and a tack room.

Horses, ponies, llamas or alpacas will thrive in this luxurious timber frame barn. The Timber Frame Horse Barn is packed with features, including three stalls, a tack room, a hay loft and an overhang. And the precision-cut 8×8″ mortise and tenon joinery at its core guarantees strength and hardiness.

Available Size

24x30

Timber Frame Horse Barn Packages

Timber Frame Horse Barn Specifications

Features

Specifications

Roof Style: Gable Style

See the materials, dimensions, and floor plans for this building, model and download the PDF

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Timber Frame Horse Barn

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All About The Timber Frame Horse Barn

Once you’ve seen our Timber Frame Horse Barn for yourself, you’ll agree that bigger really is better! Our largest barn is filled with features designed especially for your animals, whether you keep horses, alpacas, ponies, or llamas. A side door allows easy access to the three stalls inside. Open the sliding barn doors on the gable end to let your animals roam around the pasture or relax under the generously sized overhang. All your gear and goods can be stored in the tack room to the rear, and the stair accessible hayloft provides even more storage space. Finally, a decorative cupola tops off this magnificent barn.

The Horse Barn Kit

We offer this timber frame barn as a specialized kit for you to build on your property. The kit comes with the building’s framing and shell, as well as the doors and windows, stairs and loft, stall components, siding, and a metal roof. This barn kit saves you the trouble of having to measure and cut all the timber yourself, streamlining the process of adding a high-quality barn to your property.

Customize The Timber Frame Barn

Our kits aren’t one-size-fits-all. You can customize the floor of your barn, choosing from no flooring (best for building over a concrete slab) or an uninsulated floor with plywood or tongue-and-groove decking. For colder climates, add insulated walls to enhance your animals comfort. Finally, you’ll want to beautify your barn to make it look at-home on your property. You can customize the siding and roofing of the Timber Frame Horse Barn to turn it into the barn of your dreams.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is a Pre-Cut Kit? What is included in this package?

The Pre-Cut lumber package has all the framing members cut and ready for assembly. It includes siding, roofing, pre-dimensioned trim, and fastening hardware. Many designs also include windows and doors. The floor system, walls and rafters have all been cut, color-coded and part numbered. The detailed cut list coincides with the color-coded exploded view. The head scratching has been removed, the headaches of finding the correct angles and the aggravation of starting from scratch has all been simplified. The kit is geared to a do-it-yourself homeowner with beginner-to-beginner knowledge of carpentry.

Should I buy a Pre-Cut Kit or Fully Assembled Building?

We design our kits to be organized and easy to understand. If you have basic carpentry skills and are looking to save money, a kit is a great idea for you. We ship our kits  all across the continental USA and part of Canada.

If you live within our Northeast delivery area, you are able to purchase many of our buildings Fully Assembled. You’ll save time and have the peace of mind that your cottage is being built by expert craftsmen.

What is a Complete Shell and What Comes With It?

A complete shell is an uninsulated building. As a kit, it includes everything required to assemble the building including hardware, precut framing, siding and roofing as well as doors and windows. Hardware, millwork sheathing and DIY plans have been enclosed. Each piece is color coded and part numbered. The exact itemization of what is inserted can be found on the specifications tab of the website for each product page design.

What is the difference between a 3-Season and 4-Season Insulation package?

3-Season –A three-season kit prepares the building for interior finishing. It includes the complete shell plus vapor barrier, solid roof sheathing and insulated floor system. A three season building seals the structure from humidity and moisture protecting from the environment, insects and rodents.

4-Season – Best for year-round comfort. The package includes everything a 3 season does with the addition of insulated thermal pane millwork, wall and roof insulation and pine interior sheathing.

Can I Customize My Building?

Yes! When you purchase your building, you have the option to pick siding, roofing, and flooring options to upgrade or modify your building. Read more about what options we offer.

If you are looking for some very special customizations to one of our buildings, our cottage designers can help. Contact our custom shop team to build a bespoke cottage.

How Can I Pay? Do You Offer Financing?

We accept Master Card, American Express, Discover Card and Visa, Cash, Personal Check, Financing, ACH transfers, Wire transfers, and PayPal. There are so many ways to purchase your dream cottage!

We also offer easy financing options, including a 50% now, 50% later option. See financing page.

Free Shipping for Pre-Cut Kits

We are proud to ship our kits all over the continental USA and to parts of Canada. To qualify for free shipping, you must have a business address and appropriate equipment for offloading your kit. Go to our shipping policy for more details

Fully Assembled Buildings

We deliver to customers within a 200 mile radius of our shop in Londonderry Vermont. This area includes New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and some parts of Maine, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and of course, Vermont.