Introduction Timber frame homes typically cost more to build than a 2×4 stick built home. The reasons for this include the cost of a high-quality timber frame (versus lower quality wood studs), superior insulation, and the typical use of expansive glass areas. However, there are ways you can keep the cost of a timber frame…
Vaulted post and beam ceilings afford beauty while providing structural strength.
Find out about the Yankee Barn Homes design/build process.
Menemsha cottage is a partial post and beam house designed by YBH Creative Director, Jeffrey Rosen.
Hill House is fresh; though it is born of a style that is decades old. This mid-century modern house blurs the line between indoors and out.
These are a few Yankee Barn house plans, each within the 2,000 – 2,500 footage.
Post and beam homes are equally comfortable on rural build sites or within established neighborhoods.
The Baby Boomer generation continues to grow. Today, 15% of Americans are empty nesters. The silver tsunami is real. Many of us riding the big wave have arrived at the down scale stage. We’re clearing out the clutter and realizing we don’t need 4-5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms any longer. We have found Nora Ephron’s…
The Wildwood design is the perfect small single level partial post and beam home…
Partial post and beam homes allow our clients to place the timber frame where they want it, and not where they don’t.
The Barnstable is finished; and WOW what a finish!
Yankee Barn Homes has been building and developing award-winning post and beam homes, hybrid post and beam homes and barns in the U.S. since 1969