1214 New World Dutch Barn
- Barn Reunion 2013
- Antique Materials
- Available Frames
- Barn Showcase
We have recently found a classic, surviving example of an early New York Dutch Barn also known as a New World Dutch Barn in Fulton County, New York. It was built c. 1750, but during modern times it eluded detection as a Dutch barn because it was incorporated into a larger barn in the late 1800’s that masked its original Dutch Barn configuration. Heritage Restorations has now carefully dismantled this historic building and is restoring it to its original form as a true Dutch Barn.
Dimensions: 40' x 40' – 1,600 sq. ft.
Minimum bid: $125,000
The sale price includes the complete timber frame structure cleaned, restored, fumigated, delivered and reerected on your foundation.*
Barn will be available to view at the Fair.
*Ask about international delivery.