19th Century Corncrib.
A late 19th century corncrib in remarkably good condition measures about 8’ x 11’ on the floor and 11’ x 15’ at the eaves. The hewn oak frame is sheathed with pine. The interior is divided by a partition and door into two rooms. This small building would make a wonderful child’s playhouse. With the roof removed the crib can be shipped whole on a trailer.
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