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Celebrating 50 Years of Yankee Barn Homes

February 14, 2019 marks the 50 year anniversary of Yankee Barn Homes, and we are so excited to celebrate! Take a trip down memory lane and learn more about the evolution of the company from a single design to 3,000+ custom homes throughout the world.

The first Yankee Barn Home, called the “Mark I“, was designed to combine beauty, value, efficiency, and comfort. Emil Hanslin, founder of Yankee Barn Homes, worked to bring the outdoors inside with a remarkable and adaptable design that suited a contemporary lifestyle. Originally marketed around New Seabury, Massachusetts, the design eventually gained traction throughout New England and after Life Magazine did a feature on Hanslin, his idea of the “barn home” exploded and helped put Yankee Barn Homes on a national stage.

Mark I

Today, Yankee Barn Homes is an entirely custom home design and build company, focusing on listening to each individual client’s wants and needs for their space. With over 1,500 homes designed and built in the last 50 years, we have produced homes in every architectural style imaginable. While mostly built here in the United States, we have homes in Canada, and even Ireland! The beauty of our pre-fabricated, panelized construction method is that the options are truly endless.

As part of our anniversary celebration, we are offering a limited time, first-come, first-serve promotion for the first five customers to sign a contract to produce their very own custom Yankee Barn Home in 2019. $10,000 will be credited back to each of the five clients upon production completion of the home shell package in 2019. Click here for additional details. Once these five spots are gone, they are gone!

Springfield Barn Home

Don’t forget we currently have a local model home being built, available for tours by appointment on Wednesdays and Fridays. Learn more about the Springfield Barn Home and be sure to stay tuned for updates on our blog!

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50th Anniversary Letter From Paul Marinelli and Jeffrey Rosen
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