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During the great age of barns in the 19th century, some the most magnificent barns ever built were constructed in the Eastern United States region. These forests were among the greatest in the history of the world. The timbers used in our structures came from first growth trees that began growing in Ohio in the 16th and 17th centuries. Each timber is a hand-hewn work of art, with a patina reflecting more than a century of being rubbed by the hands of the men and women who worked, and the horses, oxen and cattle that lived, in these barns. If you don't see what you're looking for in our barn inventory, please call us. We have several other barns in contract and can usually locate what you need in 3-4 weeks.

The Fremont Barn (40ft x 62ft)

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The Fremont Barn (40ft x 62ft)

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Circa 1870 40 ft X 62 ft handhewn and sawed white oak timberframe barn.

This barn features four 62 ft long one-piece handhewn rafter and purlin plates. It’s rare to find timbers this long—more often the long plates were made up of two spliced timbers. The trees that yielded these timbers must have been monsters!

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