Barn prior to dismantling.
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This inspiring timber frame threshing barn
measuring 35' x 55' was originally built c.1850
near Toronto, Ontario and was constructed
entirely from old growth White pine timbers.
All large timbers are "hand-hewn" and exhibit a
beautiful aged patina.
A large graceful "swing beam" spans the width
of the structure and is a truly unique feature of
this early barn. The top plates supporting the
foot of the rafters are single timbers incredibly
stretching the entire 55' length of the building.
Smaller timbers and diagonal knee braces
exhibit vertical saw marks and would have been
milled at a local water powered sawmill. All joinery is traditional mortise and tenon. Square nails secured the rafters, roof and siding boards.
The entire frame was professionally documented and photographed prior to disassembly. All timbers have been catalogued for identification using stamped metal tags. This structure is ideal for conversion to residential or commercial space. Accurately dimensioned drawings and professional structural engineers stamp are available. Professional design, construction and installation services are available.
Price: Please contact us.