BARN FRAMES FOR SALE

OUR STANDING FRAMES

Grand View Frame

The Grand View Frame, circa early 1820s measures 54’ x 75’, with a bent layout is 19’-14’-20’-20’ and 15’ outside walls are 15. This early example of barn building is highlighted with large bays for spacious living. The frame is showing a mix of softwoods and white oak hand-hewn beams, and is in overall excellent condition and is presently standing to view.


The Grand View Frame came from a family of many generations in Alexandria, Pennsylvania located in rural Huntingdon County with the population of just 346 people. This frame was the heart of “Grand View Farms.” Hours of blood, sweat, and tears were poured into these gorgeous hand-hewn beams and soft light grey barn siding, which housed the animals, tools, and equipment of the family legacy. Between 1827 and 1832 the Pennsylvania Railroad ran through the property causing both the home and barn to be taken down and moved to accommodate the railroad. This marked a turn in American History providing the ability of transporting goods and passengers from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. Barns we buy are iconic symbols of our ancestors beginning their family legacy. These barns were built hundreds of years ago with trees and resources found on or surrounding the property. Every family has a story of when, who, and where. We are here to keep the legacy alive and help to start a new legacy with your family

This frame is available for sale and includes professional dismantle, tagging, drawing, power washing and application of insecticide spray. 
 

Frame | Bank Barn
Dimensions | 54' x 75'

Height | Top Plate 15'
Circa | Early1820s
Floor(s) | On Floor and a Basement
Species | White Oak and Mixed Softwood Frame
Feature | Hand Hewn Timbers
Feature | Light Grey Mixed Softwood Siding

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Harmony 

The Harmony Frame, circa late 1800s measures 36’x56’. The bent layout is 18'8", 16', 18'7"’. The peak of the roof is just 25'9"’. This early example of barn building is highlighted with double crossties. The frame is showing white oak, mix hardwood, softwood hand-hewn beams. This frame is in overall excellent condition and was professional disassembled and ready to be reassembled on your site.


This has nice big double crossties! The Harmony Frame is located in the small town of Prospect Pennsylvania and this frame is full of prospect! The town of Prospect is located in Butler County Pennsylvania. The area thrived on farming and the first place they were able to prove oil could be tapped underground. Barns we buy are iconic symbols of our ancestors beginning their family legacy. These barns were built hundreds of years ago with trees and resources found on or surrounding the property. Every family has a story of when, who, and where. We are here to keep the legacy alive and help to start a new legacy with your family


This frame is available for sale and includes professional tagging, 3D drawings, power washing and an application of insecticide spray. 

 

Frame | Bank Barn
Dimensions | 36' x 56'

Height | Top Plate 15' 
Circa | Late 1800s
Floor(s) | One Floor and a Basement
Species | White Oak, Mix Hardwood, and Softwood Frame
Feature | 25'9"' Peak 
Feature | Hand Hewn Beams

Spec Sheet | Click Here

The Cabin Addition 

The Cabin Addition Frame, circa early 1900s, measures 13’4”x20’10” with a roof peak of 13’10”. This early example of barn building is highlighted with a mixed hardwood and red oak frame. The frame shows all original-sawn mixed hardwood beams, is in overall excellent condition and is presently standing to view.

The Cabin Addition Frame is in Hublersburg, a small town in Centre County, Pennsylvania. Hublersburg was founded in 1825 and is known for the hotel built for the travelers coming to work at Hecla Furnace. The Hublersburg Hotel was a popular stagecoach stop and today operates as the Hublersburg Inn, a local favorite restaurant and pub. The barns we buy are iconic symbols of our ancestors beginning their family legacy. These barns were built hundreds of years ago with trees and resources found on or surrounding the property. Every family has a story of when, who, and where. We are here to keep the legacy alive and help to start a new legacy with your family.

This frame is available for sale and includes professional dismantle, tagging, drawing, power washing and application of insecticide spray.

Frame | Corn Crib
Dimensions |13'4"x20'10"

Height | Top Plate 9'4"
Circa | Early 1900s
Floor(s) | One Floor 
Species | Mixed Hardwoods and Red Oak
Feature | Original Sawn Frame
Feature |Pristine Condition

Spec Sheet | Click Here

The Hubler Frame 

The Hubler Frame, circa early 1900s, measures 30’ x 40’ with a roof peak of 24’. This early example of barn building is highlighted with mixed softwood frame. The frame shows all original sawn, mixed softwood beams, and is in overall excellent condition and is presently standing to view.

The Hubler Frame, located in Hublersburg, a small town within Centre County Pennsylvania. Hublersburg founded in 1825, is known for the hotel built for the travelers coming to work at Hecla Furnace. Huberlersburg Inn is still in operation today. Barns we buy are iconic symbols of our ancestors beginning their family legacy. These barns were built hundreds of years ago with trees and resources found on or surrounding the property. Every family has a story of when, who, and where. We are here to keep the legacy alive and help to start a new legacy with your family

This frame is available for sale and includes professional dismantle, tagging, drawing, power washing and application of insecticide spray

Frame | Shed Barn
Dimensions |30' X 40'

Height | Top Plate 13'1"
Circa | Early 1900s
Floor(s) | One Floor 
Species | Mixed Softwoods
Feature | Original Sawn Frame
Feature |Rafter Length of 18'

Spec Sheet | Click Here

The Clover Frame

The Clover Frame, circa early 1900s, measures 44’1” x 68’1”, with a bent layout is 17’4”-17’5”-14’-16’9” , and a roof peak of 28’5”. This early example of barn building is highlighted with a mixed hardwood, mixed softwood, and red oak frame. It shows very detailed craftsmanship with double crossties. You don’t see this in everyday building. The frame shows all original-sawn beams, is in overall excellent condition and is presently standing to view.

The Clover Frame is in Martinsburg, a small town in Blair County, Pennsylvania. Martinsburg is on the outskirts of Altoona, a city which was built around the railroad in 1849. The barns we buy are iconic symbols of our ancestors beginning their family legacy. These barns were built hundreds of years ago with trees and resources found on or surrounding the property. Every family has a story of when, who, and where. We are here to keep the legacy alive and help to start a new legacy with your family.

This frame is available for sale and includes professional dismantle, tagging, drawing, power washing and application of insecticide spray.

Frame | Bank Barn
Dimensions |44'1" X 68'1"

Height | Top Plate 15'
Circa | Early 1900s
Floor(s) | One Floor 
Species | Mixed Softwoods, Hardwoods, and Red Oak
Feature | Original Sawn Frame
Feature |Beautiful Double Crossties

Spec Sheet | Click Here

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BARN ACQUISITION DEPARTMENT

CONTACT  Brian Yocum

PHONE  814.482.0202

EMAIL  acquisitions@antiquebuildingsolutions.com

Not seeing the perfect barn for your build? Give our team an idea of what you are looking for an we will keep it at the top of our list! We are the largest barn purchasing company in Pennsylvania. We have barn purchasers on the road 5 days a week looking for the perfect frame for you!

 

Your request for a frame will be delivered directly to the Barn Acquisition team at Antique Building Solutions.

The team reviews these requests each week. Expect to receive a call from us in 1-2 business days.

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