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Completed Barns

Triple Barn Complex

Annapolis, MD


A large, well-planned series of vehicle storage and work spaces for an antique car/motorcycle enthusiast resulted from the combination of two full-size barns, a half-barn and an elegant timber framed porch. The building will include a vehicle lift, a complete mechanic's shop, storage for a full size motor coach and storage of a collection of treasured vehicles. Upstairs will be an apartment with cathedral ceiling, a balcony overlooking the vehicle storage area, exposed king posts and oiled 8"x16" Douglas fir beams. A cupola and clerestory add to the intricate design of this square foot structure.

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Blue Sky Farm

Essex, Massachusetts

A big red barn is often a staple on a farm; Blue Sky Farm is no different. This 30 x 40 timber frame sits along the riverbank on the North Shore of Massachusetts. The 7’ x 7’ cupola boasts 360° views of the sprawling farmland. This hemlock barn houses animals as well as farm equipment.

Maryland Pool House

This magnificent 26 x 42 Douglas Fir swimming pool enclosure sits on the property next to the Triple Barn Complex (seen below). Scissor Trusses featuring an embellished King Post are seen while back stroking through the pool. A square Cupola with curved braces sits atop the structure for added light into the pool.

Family Recreation Barn
Coastal Maine

This exquisite Douglas Fir barn was designed with two sections. The main frame is 28 x 31 with a 14 x 20 wing and hip roof cupola. The location is on a small island off the coast in Southport, Maine. The timber frame has a very polished look with the timbers planed, chamfered, and oiled. The frame also features curved braces and mortise & tenon nailers to support the windows and doors.

Great Room & Kitchen
Walpole, Maine

This unique design has a floor plan that is divided between timber frame and conventional construction. The Douglas Fir timbers are part of a system that has main horizontal purlins with smaller members in between. This system of lattice work is closed in with stained birch plywood. The ridge beam and upper header are constructed around a beautiful stone fireplace.

Radial Porch

This curved porch is connected to the backside of a stone chimney with large rafters protruding over to an outside support plate. The curved porch system with large timbers accents this beautiful home and waterfront site.

Island Great Room

This timber frame constructed as part of a new waterfront home is a Douglas Fir great room. The high open ceiling spans from wall to wall using 4 king post truss systems (bents). There is also a gable dormer of timber and glass which adds light to the entire area.

Boat Barn & Workshop

This hemlock boat house was designed as an 18' x 48' 1 1/2 story frame with a 12' x 48' shed. The open floor plan allows for full use of the space inside and the 12' timber frame dormer in one bay creates a comfortable office above the workspace. Timber Frame nailers were used to frame in all windows and doors along with exterior bracing in the overhang detail for the garage doors.

Timber Frame Barn & Garage

This 28' x 38' hemlock timbered barn is open on two levels. The two car garage is located in the daylight basement. A 5' x 8' clearstory/cupola brings natural light to the upper story of the barn.

An Island Retreat
Maine Coast

We used a Sea Truk to transport a small barn frame - 24x36 - to an island off the Maine Coast. The barn cottage now serves as a staging area for water pursuits and provides basic "camp-style" living. Full second story floor, gable end windows overlooking the rocky coast. The Sea-Truk does not require dockage and also transported a 22-ton crane for the raising in a remote setting without harming the fragile coastline. The barn is placed on a foundation of piers.

 

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Barn Home
Brunswick, ME

A traditional barn design (28x36) in Eastern White Pine. The owner is adapting the barn to be a temporary home while completing design of a timber framed residence. Living space on the second floor with a garage below.

 

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Studio and Guest Cottage
Plymouth, NH

A high-posted Cape (1 1/2 stories) modified to function as an artist's studio, recreational space and occasional guest cottage in a New Hampshire mountain setting. The frame was constructed of Douglas fir and includes a clerestory to let the light play on the timbers.

 

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Timber Frame Garage
Plymouth, NH

This 24x36 hemlock frame will serve as a three-car garage at this mountain retreat. Based on a single story barn plan, there is plenty of room for cars, bikes, skis and other recreational gear. The frame is anchored to a monolithic concrete slab.

 

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Mid Coast Family Retreat
Down East Maine

Shed dormers were added to one end of our 24x48 Eastern White Pine Special to take advantage of an incredible view of the St. George River. With the dormers, the useable floor space increased from 1900 to about 2100 square feet.

 

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Colonial Barn
Central Virginia

This beautiful multi-use Colonial Barn is located in central Virginia. The owner and family will live on the second and third floors with a vegetable market, winery and active agricultural space below. Supervised raising took four days.

 

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Museum Barn
Carlisle, MA

This custom-designed barn is 36 x 60 and includes a timber framed floor system. Parking below, a museum, library and business space on the first floor, dance studio and offices on the second floor, potential for a third story. Joined in Eastern White Pine with a hemlock floor system. Over 4,000 square feet of floor space. See www.oldtech.com/radios for pictures of the raising.

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Broken Back Barn
Mid-coast Maine

This "broken back" barn is 36' x 40'. The shed is 10 x 36 and is designed to shelter animals with access to the barn's interior. Douglas fir is used to clearspan the 30 foot-wide barn on the first floor affording the owner 1080 square feet of floorspace free of any posts. The barn features a "clerestory" to provide light to the second story which will be used for occasional living space.

 

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Game Rooms and Retreat
Wilton, CT

This barn retreat is 28x32 and is highly customized by the owner. Standard ceilings of 9 feet plus, open floor plan creates perfect spaces where elbow room is needed. Doug fir timbers contrast nicely with eastern white pine tongue and groove walls and ceiling. The cupola allows the flow of light throughout the building and highlights the features of this frame. Pull up a chair by the fireplace, get a drink at the bar - Porsche, not included.

 

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Traditional Maine Barn
Downeast Maine

This 30' x 40' , two story Hemlock barn was designed for storage. It includes 30 foot clear spans of Douglas fir and provides the owner with 1200 square feet of useable first-floor space without support posts. Barn doors at both ends allow tractor entry at either end. Upstairs has more than 800 square feet of additional usable floor space.

 

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New England Studio Barn
Coastal Maine

This 30'X48', 21/2 story barn has 2 - 24' gabled roof additions on each side with 11' X 12' shed sections added to the four corners of the building. The octagonal cupola provides incredible views of the surrounding area.

 

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Traditional New England Barn
Storrs, CT

Attached 26' x 36', 1-1/2 story floor plan with 1700 sq. ft. of floor space and a 3' second level knee wall.

 

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Contemporary Colonial Barn / Workshop
Georgetown, ME
 

28' x 60', 2 story floor plan with potentially 3360 sq. ft. of floor space on two levels and more with a third floor loft. Plenty of space for watercraft, equipment, and personal gym.

 

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Classic High Posted Cape
Deer Isle , ME

26' x 36', 1 1/2 story plan with 1800 sq. ft. of floor space. Innovative design allows you to drive either onto the hemlock first floor or underneath it.

 

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Colonial Barn
Hollis, NH

30' x 48', 2 story floor plan with 2880 sq. ft. of potential floor space, and a third level loft leading to twin cupolas.

 

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Broken Back Saltbox Barn
Bremen, ME
 

40' x 48', single story floor plan with 2400 sq. ft. of floor space, and a mezzanine type loft.

 

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36 x 37' Lakeside Recreational Barn

Designed to be used by the family for recreation and storage, this 36 x 37 Eastern White Frame with 12' x 36' shed provides excellent space for all their needs. Located in Mid-Coast, Maine, the barn is framed in Eastern White Pine Timbers with traditional mortise and tenon joinery.

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Maine Barn Company

10 Atlantic Hwy., Route 1
Edgecomb, Maine 04556
Tel: 207.882.9945
Fax: 207.882.4247
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