A typical timber frame structure goes up in two weeks.
A new addition built by Yankee Barn Homes is a perfect example of how we seamlessly blend past with present.
Post and beam homes are nothing new to this blog, but post and beam home additions are less often discussed. This does not make them any less spectacular, as you can see from the accompanying photography of Fieldview. This home was originally a 1980’s Post Modern house. There was nothing special about it architecturally speaking. […]
Post and beam additions may not seem as exciting as our post and beam homes, but Fieldview will quickly change that perception. In our first article on Fieldview we featured renderings and floor plans of the mundane 1980s home and the vision YBH Creative Director, Jeffrey Rosen, had for the addition. Today we’ll show you […]
The post and beam addition is a lesser publicized part of Yankee Barn Homes build capabilities, but no less spectacular. While most who know us are aware we build gorgeous post and beam homes, we also have the ability to provide seamless additions to existing homes. Jeffrey Rosen and the YBH design team have taken […]
An 18th Century cape and a 21st Century Yankee Barn home unite to create one spectacular New England farmhouse. The young family of accomplished equestrians wanted their home to fit their lifestyle and look the part. They love to spend free time riding their horses and boating on Lake Winnipesauke. Yankee Barn […]
Yankee Barn Homes builds stunning post and beam additions, no doubt about it! Should you require proof, look no further than this post. The seven homes presented here are each as unique as their owners, and were conceived and built with each homeowner’s specifications in mind. From a contemporary barn style home to a tradition […]
One of the best things about living in New England is being amongst some of the oldest architecture in the U.S. Beautiful original timber frame structures abound, from barns to homes, to mills. An interesting fact: structures from the 1700s and 1800s were built using the post and beam method. So who better to turn to than the best […]
Actually, this addition to an 18th century cape came about in a very unusual way. Normally one finds or has the old cape first then adds on; not so in this case. These homeowners were house hunting in New England when their realtor showed them a gorgeous timber frame home. They were captivated but came […]
What to do when you have a wonderful location, a beautiful site with a home you love and a well established business reputation but no available space for that home-based photography business? Well, if you’re this New England home owner, you take inspiration from the barn architecture of the surrounding area, commit a few of […]