Small Barn Home Plans
For those familiar with Yankee Barn Homes, you know we build in a variety of home styles. However, you probably also realize we are known for our barn house style. The barn house was our first home style, the Mark I, and we have expanded and improved it over the past 50-plus years.
Small Does Not Mean Cramped
Yankee Barn Homes builds many homes under 2,000 square feet. In the home building dialect, anything under two thousand square feet is considered a smaller build. In no world does this translate to cramped. Our small homes are anything but. Due to our True Panel System and the fact that most clients choose to build using a partial post and beam frame, the potential exists for open space. Whether that space comes in the shape of vaulted ceilings or rooms without walls, a YBH build will feel spacious without wasting space. This is important because economy of space and cost are now equally important to many of us. As is efficiency of design. Yankee Barn Homes offers all three in each custom design home we build.
Traditional and Not-So-Traditional Barn Homes
Here is a sampling of the barn homes YBH has designed under two-thousand square feet:
Bennington Carriage House – A New England style barn defined by it’s gorgeous post and beam frame, perfect for empty nesters or as a guest house.
Block Island – A panelized contemporary design perfect as a second home or empty-nest design.
Boulder Meadows – A classic barn style with a two-car garage tucked neatly beneath the house allows for an energy-efficient design.
Downing – A small barn style home with stunning post and beam vaulted space.
Dunbar Hill – A small partial post and beam home and one of our most popular small house designs.
Eastman House – An open concept floor plan combines the kitchen, dining, and living rooms into one gorgeous timbered area.
Mansfield Hollow – Designed as a lakeside cottage, Mansfield is also perfect as a primary home for a couple.
North Point – Stunning single level barn house plan with a central, vaulted ceiling living room.
Walden Pond – At under 1,500 square feet, Walden is one of the cutest post and beam homes you’ll even meet.