22 x 32 Feet | 1830s | Green, Maine
This frame came from Greene, Maine. It served as a tavern on an early road across the state, and later was utilized as a house. It is a beautiful hewn structure, with massive second floor joist logs that span the entire width of the building. The framers used old methods in the construction, including principle rafters and purlins.
Full second floor, giving approximately 1,200 square feet of living space
Hewn Hemlock, with hardwood floor joists
Principle rafter system with purlins
Restored frame, erected on your foundation, with roof boards applied.
This frame is large enough for a home. It would also make a wonderful studio. One great option would be to install just half of the second floor, creating a cathedral ceiling in one section of the building.