A Second Dover Barn.
Approximately 17' x 25', It has hewn timbers, framed in wind braces, sawn studs and rafters. Rear sill poor.
Includes everything that comprises the barn except the asphalt shingles, and the clapboard siding. Damaged pieces are shipped to be used as patterns. Has butterfly doors to attic space with a hinged stairway that can be moved up and out of the way. The center joist is removable so the opening is unobstructed. There are two work benches, a steel legged flat surface and a vintage planing bench.
It would make a great boat storage/ shop
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