A Central Connecticut circa 1850 English saltbox bank barn measuring across the front 36’3” by 40’5” deep. The straight post hardwood brace frame is hewn and crosscut sawn. Purlins support sawn rafters under both main and lean-to roofs. The first floor frame, carrying the original decking, is comprised of massive hewn and sawn timbers and logs. The barn, in excellent condition, is standing but must be removed.
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