The New Yorker work shed plan details a standard design with a set of pine double doors (see spec. sheet).
The New Yorker tool shed blueprints were derived from our
Vermonter design. Like the Vermonter, this building is your
basic outdoor wood shed. The 5 ft. double doors
have been moved to the bearing wall and the overall
height has been raised to allow for this change. The
shed is perfect to fit your storage needs and cure the over flowing garage.
This outbuilding’s 5’0” double doors are large enough
to fit a riding lawn mower, ATV, or a couple motorcycles. The versatile wood storage building has been used in many ways from general storage to a play house or turned into a great little potting shed tucked away by the garden. No Plywood is used in the New Yorker. It is built the
same way they have been for centuries with native Vermont Lumber. These plans for storage sheds are available in Option A with the double doors on the 12’ bearing wall and in Option B with the double doors on the 8’ gable end.
You can also order this New Yorker 8X work shed plan as a kit, fully assembled, or as a post and beam shed.