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Yankee Barn Homes
For over 50 years, Yankee Barn Homes has been designing and building custom post and beam homes built with the finest materials for durability, weather protection and energy conservation.
The Bay View is a partial post and beam design with a contemporary feel. This Hamptons home has been sited for maximum views of Shinnecock Bay, with an abundance of oversized windows and doors to enjoy the water views.
The 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom 3,182 square foot layout is designed to maximize entertaining family and friends. With 3 bedrooms and a living room on the first floor, there is plenty of space to gather. Upstairs, the great room, kitchen, and dining room open to a deck overlooking the pool. There is an elevator to get groceries and such, from the first level to the main floor.
Learn more about the Bay View design with this related post from our blog, Post and Beam Living:
What Clients Say
“As with most things, it is always your last interaction which leaves you with your final impression. As a customer… you could have had the smoothest sales process and design process but it’s the delivery and install that will be your final impression and our Supervisor did an outstanding job and is a huge asset to Yankee Barn Homes.”
“Throughout the construction project the team at YBH gave advice and helped me procure necessary materials that did not come with my home package, always staying within my budget. I would recommend them to anyone looking to build a high quality, beautiful post and beam home at a reasonable price!”
“Everyone we interacted with was pleasant, patient, knowledgeable and willing to share his or her experience for our benefit. YBH made every decision and step in the process as painless as possible, and the result is our beautiful, energy efficient “forever” home.”
“The build process was essentially seamless, and an actual joy to be a part of the creation of our dream home. We have learned so much and we would do it again in a second.”