Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

14 X 18 feet | 1778 | Danby, Vermont

This corn crib was located behind the 1778 hand hewn timber log home. The rare six bent frame likely served as a storehouse for food for the Nichols family and their cattle.

Details:

  • 500 square feet, option for second floor

  • Rare six bent frame made from Chestnut timbers

  • Restored frame, erected on your foundation with roof boards

Possibilities:

This frame would ideally be restored alongside the hand hewn timber log home above. It offers plenty of room to be used as a bedroom, reading room or outbuilding. While its tapered walls could be straightened, they are more historically accurate and unique in their current form.

 

Read more about this frame on our blog:

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Restored frame with 6 bents (wall sections)

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Restored frame with roof boards

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Restored frame, notice second floor option

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Original location, slate roof preserved timbers

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Dismantling process

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Tired but still rugged

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Chestnut Timbered Corn Crib

Worthy of restoration!

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luke@GreenMountainTimberFrames.com

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Middletown Springs, VT 05757

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