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At Thistlewood Timber Frame Homes, we believe that recycling beautiful vintage structures and building materials not only makes sound economical sense - it makes beautiful sense as well. Older structures such as log homes and barns can be beautifully and creatively adapted for residential or commercial purposes either as a stand alone building or a creative addition to your existing home or business. These buildings are steeped in history and character and are worth considering if you are looking for a unique living or business environment.
At present we have a number of structures in stock which have been restored and readied for construction. Please contact us for details on how these structures might integrate with your future building plans.
This one-of-a-kind original threshing barn
was crafted with massive, hand-hewn old
growth white pine timbers c. 1845 near
Milton, Ontario (Esquesing Township).
This is a very unique barn frame indeed!
The barn has many architectural details that
are sure to interest any barn enthusiast
including four 60' long plate and purlin
timbers and a 40' long x 28" high swing
If you are looking for a log structure for your
home or commercial building project, then
look no further.
This 1 1/2 storey c. 1860 log home was
originally built not far from Markdale,
Ontario and has been carefully tagged,
dismantled and restored.
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.