New York, New York
The Empire State is home to quite a few Yankee Barn Homes. Our estimate is in the 100+ range for new Yankee Barn builds. While we can’t show them all, we’re going to feature some of those we’ve built more recently.
Bay View – the most beautiful “upside down” floor plan you’ll ever see.
Buell – a contemporary barn home designed by architect James McChesney
Cove Hollow – a shingle style beauty.
East Hampton – inspired by the stucco cottages dotting the English countryside.
Fieldview – a complete “down to the studs” remodel of a nondescript 1980’s home, into a shingled stunner.
Lambert’s Cove – Jeffrey Rosen does it again with a lovely home custom-designed for The Hamptons.
Laurel Hollow – a contemporary take on the New England barn.
Menemsha – Martha’s Vineyard meets The Hamptons with this gorgeous cottage style home.
Northwest Harbor – The Hamptons style epitomized in a home.
Oyster Shores – this build mimics a shipping container home with the added attraction of a post and beam frame.
Sands Point – a return the the 19th Century grand old dames that dot the Northeastern U.S. coastline.
Tate Barn – this barn style home is the essence of rustic elegance.
Tisbury – a thoroughly contemporary barn home.
New Yankee Barn Builds Under Construction
Beach Plum – a coastal cottage.
Cedar Point – a coastal home taking its cue from our Tisbury home.
Fern Lake – a mountain style home taking its lead from our Moose Ridge Lodge design.
Hedge Haven Amagansett – a new collaboration between YBH and architect, Daniel Michels.
Sweet Cheviot – inspired by our Menemsha cottage.
Windham Lodge – this home is a variation on our Moose Ridge Lodge design.
Next Up Massachusetts
Come back next month when we’ll be featuring the newer Yankee Barn Homes found in Massachusetts.