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LIST OF DISMANTLED ANTIQUE BARNS
AVAILABLE FOR ERECTION AT YOUR BUILDING SITE

William Gould, Architectural Preservation, LLC furnishes dismantled historic barns from the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. These antique structures structures are meticulously documented, labeled, and packaged in order to preserve their historic character throughout the entire shipping and reconstruction process. We offer on this page a list of endangered historic barns available for sale. Our antique barn packages include all available sound original frame and finish elements including the timber frame, blocking and nailers, exterior finish woodwork, doors, windows, flooring, hardware and also including masonry. After three decades of dismantling and preserving these important historic structures, we have refined our storage and labeling systems to allow reconstruction by any qualified builder. We ourselves have long experience in assembling and erecting dismantled historic barns and can, in consultation with your architect, furnish you with a complete turnkey proposal for contracting the whole project. Alternatively, we can deliver the building to your site for installation by your own qualified project team. Check this space as we post "new" historic barns as they become available.

 

                                               
           

Harvard Barn
A pre 1850 Massachusetts barn measures 37’ x 85’. All major timbers are hewn 8”x 8” with bracing at all intersections of the timbers. The upper structure is comprised of principal and common rafters tenoned into a five-sided ridgepole. Original transom sash remain over the sliding doors at each end of the barn. The barn, standing, is in excellent condition.
           
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Putnam Barn

 

Putnam Barn
A circa 1880 gentleman’s stable measured 30’ x 40 before an addition with cupola making the barn 30’ x 60’. Another addition measures, 25 x 30. Intact are original stalls, flooring, decorative woodwork, tack closets with hardware and wall sheathing. All woodwork has an untouched 1880 painted surface. Barn is standing.

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Putnam Barn

 

Peverly Barn
This three story New Hampshire barn, measuring 42’ x 120’ was constructed by Nathaniel Peverly in 1824 from lumber cut from his property. When it was constructed the barn was considered the largest in New Hampshire.

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Peverly Barn

 

Center Barn
A mid 19th century Connecticut four-bent bank barn measures 37’ 6” wide x 42’ 4” deep is framed with hewn oak and chestnut timbers. Center isle is 14 ‘ high from floor to loft by 11’6” wide. The purlin posts are continuous from floor to purlin. At the ridge, the rafters engage a hewn ridgepole. Beneath the barn are original timbers. Barn standing.

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Center Barn

 

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HISTORIC HOUSE OR BARN NEEDS RESCUE? A dedicated preservationist, William Gould Architectural Preservation, LLC has long worked to save historic houses and barns endangered by change and development. Unfortunately, such structures are being condemned at a faster rate than we can find homes for them. Consequently, while we remain very interested to hear about your antique building, we must be selective so that we can continue to effectively advocate for the buildings that we have. Our online endangered house and barn form will help you to tell us what we need to know in order to advise you on the most effective course of action to save your important historic structure.

 



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