Conferences in this building inspire the participants with the intricate, authentic, and interesting timber frame structure. Spanning 24' wide with no center posts, and at 60' long, the structure is large enough to also accommodate a lunch room.
This 14' x 24' Grand Victorian Cape Pool House features an 8' x 18' Timber Frame Front Overhang with pine tongue & groove ceiling, bringing a rustic, relaxing feel to this poolside in Salem, CT.
This 26' x 28' Carriage Barn is the ultimate guys garage! The first floor is being used as a garage for the owner’s cars and a place to display memorabilia. The second floor takes on the role of the man cave and home gym in this Carriage Barn.
The Hall of Fame distinction is awarded annually to a local business that has been voted a North Central News “Best of” for at least five years. In past polls, The Barn Yard has been repeatedly singled out as the “Best Place to Buy a Shed or Garage” and “Best Family Business.”
The Big E is a part of The Barn Yard family and we’ll miss going this year. So, we are bringing the great displays and savings closer to home at our Showcase Locations in Ellington & Bethel, CT.
A stunning timber frame reception/waiting area with monitor barn design & hammer beam trusses is just the beginning of the 7,650 sq. ft. Fenton River Veterinary Hospital that we built in Stafford Springs, CT. Check out these photos for the full tour.
Exceptional timber frame design with Trestlewood reclaimed barn board siding and Nana Wall accordion glass doors make this timber frame pool house in Hamilton, MA the place to be all summer long.
With a 10' timber frame porch, transom dormer, black windows & doors, and shiplap siding painted white, this is an exceptionally crafted modern farmhouse pool house in Tolland, CT.
This 40' x 60' family barn, based on our Newport model, has something for everyone, including an indoor basketball court. Exposed timber trusses on the ceiling add to the barn feel, and together with tongue & groove pine decking, bring warmth to the interior. Clear-span construction means no posts get in the way of the fun.
This Saratoga Barn in Newbury, MA is a bank barn, which means it’s built into a hill and has ground-level entrances at two levels. It also features large sliding half glass doors, a reverse gable dormer, and a gallery-style loft.