Gunstock Barn Frame
25 X 40 | 1760s | Pawlet, Vermont
This unique barn was on the property of the second oldest house in Pawlet, VT, incorporated in 1761. It is called a Gunstock frame because the posts that hold it up are tapered from bottom to top in order to allow two timbers to join and overlap at the top of the post. This rare and special barn was up when they signed the Declaration of Independence!
1000 square feet
Predominantly Chestnut timber frame, with Oak roof boards
Restored frame, erected on your foundation withroof boards
This frame would make one of the best great rooms you can imagine! Extremely versatile, it could also accommodate a kitchen / living room / dining room or a deluxe, custom-designed studio or garage.
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