Barn houses hold great appeal with many people who decide to build a new home. The ability to have exactly what you want, exactly how and where you want it is a wonderful thing that's pretty much unique to a post and beam home. Due to the structural support of the frame, the floor plan may be designed in just about any configuration...
If you’re looking for barn house plans, you’ve come to the right place. Our latest design is aptly named Boulder Meadows, as it is sited on a New England hillside overlooking a pasture littered with field stone. The new Yankee Barn homeowners have a view most of us would envy! The barn house is pretty enviable, too. Coming in at under 2000 sq ft (1902, to be exact) the post and beam open-concept home packs a lot of punch into its rectangle foot print.
Boulder Meadows is yet another post and beam design in our new barn house plans series (see The North Fork, The Merrimack, and The Grantham Lakehouse). It is the smallest thus far in the group, but don’t let it’s smaller size fool you; this house has a large feel to it due to the lofted open spaces in the common living areas (great room, dining room and kitchen). Built into the side of a hill, the basement houses a two car garage and utility room space. The 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath floor plan (with master bed and bath on the first floor) allows plenty of private space for family and friends.
Currently under construction in the rolling hills of New Hampshire, Boulder Meadows is a smaller Yankee Barn post and beam home which can easily accommodate a family as a primary or second home. The barn house plans are also readily adaptable to any type of build site; sloping terrain is not a necessity (but it is lovely!). Please check back soon as this house is well on its way to being finished and we fully intend to do another article on it once completed.
If you would like more information about Yankee Barn Home options, you can explore our floor plan options, call and talk to one of our design consultants at 800-258-9786 or fill out this short online form.