Single floor living in a multilevel home is one of the most popular “aging-in-place” floor plan designs now being created at YBH. As previously discussed in a post titled Next-Gen housing at Yankee Barn, we find our clients are building multilevel homes that suit the needs of family at all stages in life. Today’s clients are looking for a home that suits them now and down the road. This is an evolution from...
Yankee Barn Homes is on a roll both metaphorically and literally. We have been in the news so many times over the past few months, loosing track of the count has become a thing. Seeing as it is our 50 Year Celebration and Yankee Barn Homes is getting such nice acknowledgements, Post and Beam Living feels it’s only right we share a few highlights with you.
Yankee Barn Homes In The News
Here is just a sampling of articles that have been done on Yankee Barn Homes over the past several months.
Green Energy Times: A net-zero Yankee Barn Home is built in Hanover, NH.
Cottages & Bungalows: One of two magazine involved with our newest model house #ProjectHouse2019 The Springfield Barn, C&B is following the build along with its sister publication, American Farmhouse Style. See Springfield Barn Home floor plans
American Farmhouse Style: Also chronicling #ProjectHouse2019, AFS offers their own take on our newest build:
Timber Home Living: Model Citizen is a story about our previous model house, Eastman House, that was intended to be our model home. However, a savvy gentleman bought it after viewing 72 other properties! See floor plans.
The Boston Globe: Beam with Pride tells the story of two Yankee Barn Homes clients, Ron and Leslie Pferchy, who first heard of YBH by word-of-mouth in 2006. Their story is great and their home, Loon Crossing at Pleasant Lake, is perfect. See floor plans.
I really haven’t scratched the surface of the press Yankee Barn Homes has received of late. Take a look at out NEWS & PUBLICATIONS page and you’ll know I’m not kidding.