Oak barn frame without land dismantled and ready to be removed from present site
17th Century five bay barn frame of oak construction, professionally dismantled with timbers individually numbered and colour coded ready to be removed from present site in East Anglia and reinstated on the buyers own land
Kerry Barn is an interesting 17th Century Barn which offers buyers the opportunity to create a historical and characterful property on their own land.
The barn is originally from an ancient farm yard in Shropshire. It was professionally dismantled in 2003 and has been carefully dry-stored since then. All timbers are individually numbered and colour coded, supplied with scale drawings to assist re-erection.
We also offer a complete service of restoration and re erection if required.
The barn has five bays which measure a total of 67' x 16', giving around 2,140 square feet of floor space. The barn was constructed in two stages, and has some internal division walls. All of the beams and timbers are honey coloured period oak.
This is a very good quality frame which would make a lovely four bedroom house among many other uses. When placed on a brick plinth there is ample space for a first floor, with four division walls which are an added bonus, doorways can be introduced into these easily.
At present the barn is located in Suffolk.