Walnut Coach House
The owner/builder of this beautiful Craftsman style garage in
Victoria, British Columbia added deep roof overhangs to the standard
design, used trusses instead of conventional rafters and used cedar
siding and fantastic custom doors.
Maple Car and Tractor
Barn How do you build a new barn to look like an antique one?
This Annapolis, Maryland builder used weathered boards for the
siding and doors and found antique hardware as the finishing touch.
Hobby Barn It's
not easy to convert a pole barn into a home. But, this owner liked
the workshop that he built from the stock Walnut Barn plans so much
that he made some changes and moved in.
Applewood Barn The builders of the
Hunters' Run Wine Tasting Barn in Hamilton, Virginia did an
amazing job, inside and out.
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This Texas version of the standard Applewood Barn looks very
contemporary with galvanized metal siding and roofing.
Maple Barn or Garage
Here's a standard Maple Barn with a lowered roof pitch and some nice
Almond Barn Most
builders add options to the standard plans, but they all can be
simplified too. This garage, by the beach in California, was built
without windows and trim shown on the standard drawings.
Bethany Coach House
There is a lot of wooden siding and trim on the barns and garages
shown on this page. But, there's no reason that you can't use metal
siding and roofing. After all, these are all pole-barns.
Maple Barn Plans
Patrick McCombe, an editor at Fine Homebuilding Magazine, is
building this workshop at his Connecticut home. What will it look
Follow his progress and see for yourself.
Maple Backyard Barn
The woodworker who converted our Maple Barn into this backyard
workshop displayed his talent with beautiful custom wooden doors and
Walnut Garage These
plans make it easy to add doors and windows just where you need
Applewood Barn Like
many builders, the owner of this Tennessee pole-barn increased
the depth of the standard design to get more storage and loft
This work shop at a lumber mill in Clarence, New York, was built
with a wide loft door and beefed-up loft floor structure to
handle lumber storage.
Bethany Garage Like this
homeowner in Maine, many builders choose to match the finishes and
details of their homes on their new pole-barns and garages.
Maple Barn Plans
Here's a standard Maple Barn built in Texas hill country. It has
an optional carport/equipment shelter at left and a small
workshop at right. Plans for optional carports, shops, sheds and
extra garages are included with the stock drawings.
The builder of this barn extended the depth from 24' to 36'.
That's a very common modification for folks who need extra long
Maple Barn Plans
With stone, stucco and Mission-style wooden doors this builder
made his workshop look just right for its southwestern desert
This pole-frame garage has a wider dormer and deeper roof overhangs
than the standard design - just right for Colorado's snows.
Maple Garage and Shop
Don Berg's standard Maple Pole-Barn plans come with a variety of
add-ons for the sides. This owner chose a second garage and a
Applewood Barn The stock Applewood plan set comes
with ten different optional sheds for the sides, but no wood shed.
This Connecticut owner/builder took care of that.
Almond Barn and Garage
This mirrored and customized version of the Almond Pole-Barn is
being used as a model by its professional builder in up-state New
Walnut Garage This
big country garage is the stock design, customized with overhead
doors, a side carport, a cupola and finishes to match the other
buildings on the property.
Car Barn The
owner/builder of this car barn in Baldrson, Ontario owns two tiny
classic MG roadsters. They don't need full garage spaces, so he
extended the standard shed-roof side garage by two feet and built
two sets of small doors for them.
Walnut Garage Here's a
fairly standard Walnut Garage, but it's build on a continuous
foundation instead of on post footings to compensate for a sloping
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Don Berg's smaller pole-barn plans, mini-barn plans and little
country garage blueprints have been used as car barns, tractor
sheds, hobby shops, offices and more.