Frost Hill

0SQ FEET0BEDS0BATHS Tell us about your project Connect with our team to learn more about pricing, timelines and the building process. TELL US MORE Frost Hill Frost Hill is a smaller mountain style home inspired by our Moose Ridge Lodge design. It has 1,892 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a…

Longview

0SQ FEET0BEDS0BATHS Tell us about your project Connect with our team to learn more about pricing, timelines and the building process. TELL US MORE Longview Inspired by our Menemsha design, Longview is a New England coastal cottage home design. The house is 3,090 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. This…

Cranberry Hill

0SQ FEET0BEDS0BATHS Tell us about your project Connect with our team to learn more about pricing, timelines and the building process. TELL US MORE Cranberry Hill Cranberry Hill is a new design featuring single floor living in a smaller post and beam. It has 1,416 square feet of living space, 1 bedrooms and 1 bath…

Tamarack Grove

0SQ FEET0BEDS0BATHS Tell us about your project Connect with our team to learn more about pricing, timelines and the building process. TELL US MORE Tamarack Grove Tamarack Grove is a New England barn style home inspired by our Springfield Barn Home design. It has 2,092 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths,with…

Blue Crane Creek

0SQ FEET0BEDS0BATHS Tell us about your project Connect with our team to learn more about pricing, timelines and the building process. TELL US MORE Blue Crane Creek Blue Crane Creek is a small cabin inspired by our Split Rock design. It is 840 square feet with 2 bedrooms, each with a private bath and shared…

The Yankee Barn Homes Process From Start to Finish

The Yankee Barn Homes Process Welcome to understanding the Yankee Barn Homes process. Our system develops and progresses through the use of advanced 3-D architectural and virtual software. Our 6 Step Program takes you through each phase of building a new home. Begin Evaluate if YBH is a good fit for your project. Review our…

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Why You Should Build a Timber Frame Home

Build a Timber Frame Home There are any number of reasons to build a timber frame home. The following are some of the advantages Yankee Barn Homes has proven to be true over 54 years of building these homes. Reasons for Choosing Timbered Construction Durability and longevity: Timber homes have been around for centuries and…