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Ninety percent of the plans featured have been designed by YBH with clients who range from their 30’s to their 50’s. They are planning for the future while creating homes that are equally beautiful and functional now. You just can’t beat good design!
Farmhouse style architecture is very popular, and for good reason. It’s homey, spacious (without being overly large), and has an adaptability that allows for dressing it up or outfitting it in casual comfort. In other words…
Stefanie and Andrew Martin, owners of the Main Street Farmhouse, talk about how their design process works, what inspires them, and how they turn their ideas into reality.
The Morton is an ideal design for those seeking enormous flexibility in a house plan.
Infill builds have become a big part of the housing industry in urban areas and highly-sought-after vacation communities. If you want to build close to the city or a summer community, chances are you’ll be looking at an infill project. According to Wikipedia, an infill build is defined as “the re-dedication of land in an […]
Gone are the days of popcorn ceilings, textured paint or worse, suspended metal frame ceilings. Here are five simple ideas to add extraordinary and eye-catching characteristics to any ceiling….
Whether you’re building post and beam or panelized, Yankee Barn Homes is a leader in both. We have the capability to build full timber frame structures, hybrid post and beam homes and fully panelized houses. Every build is a custom, therefore you have options. You may choose to use one of our floor plans, use […]
There are ways you can keep the cost of a timber frame home down while maintaining the feel of a beautiful post and beam home. Timber frame homes typically cost more to build than a 2×4 “stick built” homes, but there are many ways to cut costs and save money. Find out how….
Post and Beam Living is on vacation this week, or as we like to say GONE FISHIN’; we’ll return next Thursday, September 17th, 2015. in the meantime, hope you enjoy the vacation photos…