Congratulations! You’ve decided to build a Yankee Barn Home. Now you’re faced with hundreds of kitchen design options and are not sure what you want. As the hub of most households, the kitchen is an area with high emotional impact;…
...Eastman House, has been completed. We're excited about this design for two reasons:...
A typical timber frame structure goes up in two weeks.
Ninety percent of the plans featured have been designed by YBH with clients who range from their 30’s to their 50’s. They are planning for the future while creating homes that are equally beautiful and functional now. You just can’t beat good design!
Southold barn home is currently featured in Timber Home Living magazine.
Farmhouse style architecture is very popular, and for good reason. It's homey, spacious (without being overly large), and has an adaptability that allows for dressing it up or outfitting it in casual comfort. In other words...
Prefab homes have shed their former reputation as makeshift. Yankee Barn Homes utilizes panelized building techniques to build fast, cost-effective yet aesthetically pleasing, long-term housing.
It used to be the term prefab home carried a bit of a stigma. At Yankee Barn Homes, our new technologies, new factory techniques, and better ways to build and join larger sections, place us at the top of the list of complete customization in prefab housing.
Let's face it, building barn homes is a niche of a niche. How do we stay not only competitive, but at the top of the post and beam industry? Glad you asked!
Post and Beam Living closes out the year 2015 with a look back at our most popular articles chosen by you, our readers. There seems to be a theme in the articles you were consistently interested in reading - smaller Yankee Barn homes and single story living options. Take a look at what you loved in 2015 and plan your 2016!