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These two early, han- hewn barn frames were originally built circa 1780. They are now restored and used as the Homestead General Store. The barn that is used as the main showroom is insulated and air conditioned. The adjacent feed and storage barn is finished as a traditional barn with white pine siding and roof decking, and large barn doors. This second barn utilizes passive cooling techniques such as a ventilated roof system and gable-end ventilators to help keep it comfortable through the central Texas summers.

Before Restoration
Barn Profile
Originally Built circa 1780
  in Middleburgh, NY
Now Restored In Waco, TX
Barn Frame - A 30 x 40
1200 sq. ft.
Eave Height 15
Barn Frame - B 28 x 28
784 sq. ft.
Eave Height 12
Builder & Architect Heritage Restorations